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Personal Finance Daily: Tesla’s move to Texas for cheap housing could com...

Hi there, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories.

Even as President Biden supports Indigenous Peoples’ Day, some towns and states hold tight to Columbus Day

‘I am against renaming things that have been established for a long time,’ says one advocate of keeping Columbus Day as is. Read More

Martha Stewart Sells Her Classic East Hampton Cottage for $16.5M

It’s a very good thing. Domestic arts guru Martha Stewart has sold her East Hampton, NY, vacation home for a whopping $16.5 million. Read More

You could own a home in the South of France for less than €100,000

The South of France is synonymous with glitz, glamour, and out-of-this world real estate prices. Read More

Phony psychic scheme used letters containing talismans and promise of riches to bilk elderly victims out of millions

Prosecutors shut down a French psychic postal scheme that promised giant windfalls in exchange for an upfront fee. Read More

How to avoid decision fatigue when remodeling

When upgrading your home, you’ll make dozens of choices. Here’s how not to blow it Read More

Weekend reads: Could the IRS monitor your bank account?

Also, the best ETFs during a time of inflation and Wall Street’s favorite energy stocks as oil and gas prices are primed to keep soaring. Read More

Adele is singing the praises of exercise — here’s why anyone with anxiety should listen

Working out is about more than weight loss, she says. Read More

Tesla’s moving to Texas for cheap housing — and could come up short

The pandemic-era move from California to other parts of the country has inflated home prices in the smaller markets, creating new housing crunches in the process. Read More

Flu season could be worse this winter; paired with COVID, the U.S. risks a dangerous ‘twindemic’

Getting a flu shot is more important this year. Read More

‘A job is not just a job’: Why some unemployed people aren’t jumping at job openings

Last month, just 194,000 jobs were created, while there are close to 11 million job openings in the U.S. and 7.7 million unemployed Americans. Read More