A surprisingly large number of new homeowners are feeling regret after their purchase, largely because of unexpected costs associated with the purchase, reports a new survey of 1,500 homeowners from personal finance website Bankrate.
Airbnb hosts who want to give back can now donate a portion — or all — of their profits to help people affected by disasters, conflict or critical illness.
Dear Lifehacker, I keep seeing certain types of debt (mortgages, student loans) referred to as “good” debt, whereas other types (credit card debt, for example) are referred to as “bad” debt. What does that mean? What makes a certain type of debt “good” and another type “bad?”