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Personal Finance Daily: Amazon and Walmart’s next-day shipping could bust your budget and all the ways Gen X is financially wrecked

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Happy Wednesday, MarketWatchers! Don’t miss these top stories:

Personal Finance After your company’s IPO, don’t mess up your financial windfall

You need to think about more than just taxes.

This is what it takes to be counted among the wealthy in America

Millionaire status ain’t what it used to be. In fact, according to Charles Schwab’s 2019 Modern Wealth Survey, you’d need a lot more than a mere seven figures to be viewed as wealthy these days.

All the ways Gen X is financially wrecked

Though they’re struggling financially, they’re far less likely than millennials to plan to spend less and save more this year.

America’s declining birth rate foreshadows some tough financial times ahead

The upshot on the continuing decline in the fertility rate.

Trump’s trade war with China doesn’t bode well for an already shaky U.S. housing market

Homeowners looking to sell may have reason to grow increasingly concerned about President Trump’s deteriorating relationship with China.

American journalism is suffering from ‘truth decay’ — the media have become more biased over the last 30 years, RAND study says

U.S. news has shifted to opinion-based content that appeals to emotion; newspapers have shifted less than TV has.

These are the worst times for Memorial Day road-trippers to travel

A record number of drivers are expected to hit the road for the three-day weekend, according to a AAA forecast.

Watch out — Amazon and Walmart’s next-day shipping could bust your budget

Consumer psychologists say consumers like anything with the word ‘free.’

Why male Uber drivers earn more than their female colleagues

A study shows a gender wage gap among Uber drivers.

My grandson’s live-in girlfriend hates me and doesn’t want me to stay at their home — should I still leave him all my money?

This woman is upset that

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