The Pandemic Has Increased Money Anxiety. Therapists Hope to Cure That. by BY PAUL SULLIVAN


By BY PAUL SULLIVAN

Interest in financial therapy rose after the 2008 recession, as Americans confronted their fears about money. The field has become relevant again in the coronavirus crisis, professionals say.

Published: May 22, 2020 at 08:42AM

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The Pandemic Has Increased Money Anxiety. Therapists Hope to Cure That. by BY PAUL SULLIVAN

There’s Money Stuck in Your Dependent Care Account. Now What? by BY RON LIEBER


By BY RON LIEBER

After-school programs are closed. Day care centers are shut down. Summer camp might not happen. If you’re stuck with money you can’t use, you’ll lose it — and pay taxes on it.

Published: May 9, 2020 at 04:00AM

from NYT Your Money https://nyti.ms/2SOB6Wd

There’s Money Stuck in Your Dependent Care Account. Now What? by BY RON LIEBER