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Learn about the potential effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on global markets, including supply disruptions, higher prices, and slower growth.
Read about a new flood risk-rating system that can help homeowners determine actual risk and set more reasonable insurance premiums.
Have you written a will? This article explains why you should.
Online shoppers may find it tempting to spread out their payments, but they should think twice before committing to installment payments.
In this article, the U.S. workforce is discussed, as well as what a shifting labor market might mean for workers, employers, inflation, and economic growth.
The London Interbank Offered Rate influences borrowing costs around the world. Learn why financial institutions want a more reliable benchmark.
Taking care of a family member can be physically, emotionally, and financially draining. However, Medicaid may provide financial relief in some cases.
In this article, we examine the Fed’s monetary policy shift and the potential consequences for consumers, investors, and the economy.
In this article, we explain some of the key elements of a personalized Social Security statement.
Investigate current economic conditions and retail trends, including sharply higher prices and the potential for sporadic product delays and shortages.
Some Americans filed for Social Security earlier than planned due to the pandemic. See four factors to consider before retiring early.
There are certain rules and considerations that workers who are eligible for both Medicare and employer-based health insurance must take into account.
Entrepreneurs who spend money developing new products or improving existing products or trade processes may be eligible for the federal R&D tax credit.
Explore why thieves target catalytic converters and how comprehensive auto insurance can provide some financial protection.
Did you know a net price calculator can help measure a college’s true cost? Discover how it provides an estimate of how much grant aid a student might expect.
What distinguishes HDHPs from preferred provider organizations (PPOs)? Learn about some key differences between the plans.
Demographic trends are causing Social Security’s financial outlook to dim and proposals are discussed to address the looming shortfall.
We examine major life events and the need to review your life insurance coverage in light of changing circumstances in this article.
The article discusses the components that affect your credit score and provides tips to maintain a high score or raise a low score.
Learn four common practices that might help you identify and avoid scams.
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 provides substantial, temporary improvements to the child tax credit.
The debate over how long the price increase in 2021 will last is fuelled by the measures economists and policymakers use to monitor inflation.
What is the No Surprises Act? As of 2022, it will protect consumers from large, unexpected medical bills. Find out more.
Analyze the effects of an executive order to curb excessive consolidation of industry on consumers, small businesses, and investors.
An article discusses why it’s important to analyze and address debt before retirement and why older Americans have high debt levels.
Get information about programs that provide direct housing assistance to eligible renters and landlords.
This article provides an overview of high-profile ransomware attacks and offers tips to help consumers protect their own data.
This article provides an overview of tax provisions and other issues to consider when making significant gifts to children or grandchildren.
Many requirements that made it difficult and expensive for small businesses to reorganize using Chapter 11 have been loosened. Learn more.
As a consumer, have you noticed any shortages? Here are some of the reasons behind supply-chain problems and how they might impact the economy.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, contained several provisions affecting financial aid and education. Find out more.
The following article explains the four stages of Part D prescription drug coverage and how prices can vary in the coverage gap.
The December 2020 stimulus bill allows businesses to deduct the full cost of restaurant meals in tax years 2021 and 2022. Learn more.
The article discusses spousal benefits, which can make a big difference in funding a couple’s retirement.
As more states increase the minimum wage, small businesses may start to feel the impact. Check out this article for coping tips.