: Working mothers talk about about ‘mom tax’ — the monetary toll of motherhood on their careers and salaries
As millions of Individuals put in orders for vegetation, massages, and different treats for Mom’s Day, working mothers spoke to MarketWatch about the “mom tax” or
The Moneyist: I sold my late mother’s home for $250,000. I make $80,000 and have $220,000 in student debt. I want to buy a house. Should I use all my inheritance for a down payment?
My mom passed away, and left me her house, which I just sold and will net $250,000. I’m 41 years old with no real retirement savings. I make $80,000 a year, and I am maxing out c
The Moneyist: My mother’s will leaves everything to her 3 children. My brother died suddenly — and his wife says she will receive her late husband’s share
Dear Quentin, My father died in 2018 and everything passed to my mother per their wills that were made in 2015. My sister, brother and I were next to inherit what’s left, equally