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The Week’s Best Money Reads

ICYMI: This week’s best personal finance and career posts from around the web.

Americans Are Spending More Money at Restaurants Than Grocery Stores for the First Time Ever— First We Feast

What’s a “kitchen?”

 

The 25 Cities Where Your Paycheck Will Go The Furthest— Forbes

Detroit, Chicago and Atlanta all make the cut.

 

9 Household Items Where You Really Get What You Pay For— Business Insider

Let’s hear it for linens, y’all!

 

More Than Half of U.S. Workers Are Leaving Some Vacation Days Unused— WSJ

Tons of people who feel too essential to daily operations — or don’t want to return to 500 unread emails and stalled projects — are taking fewer days off.

 

Uber Is Giving Free Rides This Weekend to Prominent LGBTQ Locations Around The Country— Time

From the Stonewall Inn to Harvey Milk Plaza.

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