UPDATE: A financial checklist for veterans returning to civilian life and how millennials could change the culture of sexual harassment
By Jacob Passy
Hope you're excited for the weekend, MarketWatchers! Here are Friday's top stories:
My elderly uncle has dementia -- do I pay off his mortgage before he can no longer live alone?
This man is the sole caretaker and advocate (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-do-i-do-when-my-elderly-relative-with-dementia-can-no-longer-live-alone-2017-02-17) for his 76-year-old relative.
How millennials could change the culture of sexual harassment
Workers' expectations about the workplace are changing (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-millennials-could-change-the-culture-of-sexual-harassment-2017-11-07).
Equifax will release a free credit-locking service 'for life' -- but will people use it?
The new credit locking service will be available in January (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/equifax-will-release-a-free-credit-locking-service-for-life-but-will-people-use-it-2017-11-10), the company's CEO said.
Louis C.K.'s statement said: 'These stories are true.' It did not say: 'Sorry'
The comedian drew widespread condemnation (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/kathy-griffin-totally-offended-everyone-but-heres-one-thing-she-did-right-2017-05-31) for his inappropriate sexual conduct.
YouTube struggles to prevent alarming and violent videos that target children
Parents have come across cartoon characters being tortured (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/youtube-struggles-to-prevent-alarming-and-violent-videos-that-target-children-2017-11-10) that appear to target young children.
Is spending money so difficult that it causes you pain? Here's help
Spending too much or too little (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/when-too-much-of-a-good-thing-is-bad-even-saving-money-2017-11-10) can cause different kinds of emotional pain.
Budweiser wants you to taste what beer was like during Prohibition
Facing competition from craft brews (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/budweiser-looks-back-to-the-future-2017-11-10), the brand rolls out a retro-minded reserve lager.
Veterans Day: Here's a financial checklist for returning to civilian life
Soon-to-be veterans (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/leaving-the-military-heres-a-financial-checklist-for-returning-to-civilian-life-2016-11-11)must get their finances in order before leaving the military
Facebook now wants to help find your apartment
The social network is allowing landlords and leasing companies (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/facebook-now-wants-to-help-find-your-apartment-2017-11-09) to list units.
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
7 centuries of interest rates -- there's a warning for investors in this chart
Get ready for a "quick and sizable" shift in global interest rates (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/seven-centuries-of-interest-rates-and-why-alan-greenspan-got-it-right-in-one-chart-2017-11-08), warns Harvard University's economic historian Paul Schmelzing, in a guest post published this week on the Bank of England's staff blog.
Invoking Mary, Joseph and Jesus to defend Roy Moore?
"There is nothing to see here," Alabama State Auditor Jim Ziegler told the Washington Examiner about the report of Roy Moore's sexual contact with a minor. The bible tells us so (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/invoking-mary-joseph-and-jesus-to-defend-sexual-deviancy-2017-11-10).
How does Apple's money get from California to Bermuda anyway?
These 5 nations -- mostly European (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-does-apples-money-get-from-california-to-bermuda-anyway-2017-11-08) -- are the biggest conduits for avoiding taxes.
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