Personal Finance Daily: How to provide for your pet in your estate plan and why women still take their husbands’ names

Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers! We are almost to the end of another week. Don’t forget to check out today’s top personal finance stories.

Republicans might make this major change to the CFPB

Here’s what the leadership shake-up could mean for consumers.

How to provide for your pet in your estate plan

Creating a formal estate plan for pets can help ensure that they won’t go to a shelter

10 top-rated car-buying apps

These apps cut out some of the work that goes into finding the right wheels at the right price.

Avoid long airport lines—without expensive memberships

Spare yourself the hassless and use expedited lanes at checkpoints without spending a dime.

Why so many women still take their husband’s last name

A recent study suggests men whose wives keep their name are viewed as more feminine

Oops: Almost every American Airlines pilot will be on vacation during Christmas

The airline is offering pilots extra pay to take some shifts in the wake of a computer glitch.

Elsewhere on MarketWatch:
Trump’s Fed? Nominations look more like Jeb’s Fed

President Donald Trump nomination of Carnegie Mellon University professor Marvin Goodfriend for a spot on the Fed continues the trend of nominees that the elder President Bush would endorse, a former Fed economist said.

Trump’s vision for America is Erdogan’s Turkey

Turkey shows that having a leader that’s alternatively erratic and bombastic isn’t necessarily bad for business. It may even be good, writes Steve Goldstein.

‘Fraud.’ ‘Not willing to pooh-pooh.’ A list of what Wall Street CEOs have said about bitcoin

Seems not a day goes by without some Wall Street VIP or financial luminary deciding it’s time for them to weigh in on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Here’s a roundup of the latest high-profile statements.

Dow breaks above 24,000, on track for longest streak of monthly gains in 22 years

U.S. stocks rose on Thursday, with major equity indexes hitting records as investors grew more optimistic about the prospects for a tax overhaul out of Washington.

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