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(NewsUSA) - Nearly 9 in 10 Americans are concerned about the current cost of living in the United States, which has created an increasing need for the trusted, often life-changing advice of …

The 5 states where casino gaming supports the most jobs compiled a ranking of five states where the casino gaming industry supports the most jobs, using data from the American Gaming Association.   

5 bad money habits hurting your financial future and how to steer clear of them

(BPT) - There's a good chance you may have a habit or two when it comes to money that is not doing your financial future any favors. The good news is you're not alone, and there are ways to break …

Consumer retail spending holds steady as recession worries drag on

Shopdog analyzed spending data from the Census to illustrate how American consumers are holding up under continued inflation.  

IPO 101: What to Know About Investing In An IPO

(BPT) - With the boom in retail trading over the last few years, one area may be new to a lot of investors: investing in an Initial Public Offering (IPO). IPOs have been fairly scarce the last …

Americans still love buying trucks, even as gas prices rise

Gas prices are staying stubbornly high compared to pre-pandemic prices. Insurify examined vehicle sales data to see how Americans are responding.

5 surprising facts about online fraud and how to protect yourself

(BPT) - A vulnerable elder, who is less experienced with technology, often comes to mind when you picture a common target of online fraud. However, new research suggests younger consumers may be at …
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9 currencies that no longer exist
SD Bullion scoured historical and numismatic resources to identify nine currencies that no longer exist.
What Women Regret in Retirement
(NewsUSA) - One of the biggest regrets of women who’ve retired?  Not having saved enough money.In fact, according to new research from financial services firm Edward Jones and Age Wave, 56 …
How restaurant employment has changed so far in 2023
When COVID struck, restaurants and bars were forced to curb operations. They've rallied, but Next Insurance finds they're still facing a tight labor market.  
How a CFP® Professional Can Help You Manage Your Debt
(NewsUSA) - Household debts are rising amid higher interest rates. The increase in rates is a major issue for all borrowers, at all ages and stages of life. A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ …
Graduates with history degrees most often find work in these industries
Using 2019 Bureau of Labor Statistics data, Best Universities identified the industries where history majors are most likely to find employment.
Transportation, health care lead the way in employee recruitment growth
altLINE ranked the 10 industries with the largest increases in job openings and hires over the past decade using Bureau of Labor Statistics data.  
These are the industries hiring the most workers with disabilities
Foothold Technology analyzed Bureau of Labor Statistics data to determine which industries employ the most disabled workers.   
Housing, clothing, and food are more expensive: Inflation of these household expenditures defies Fed rate hikes
Shopdog used Bureau of Labor Statistics data to analyze how effective interest rate hikes were at tempering record inflation.  
Post-COVID surge in weddings, other formal functions drive uptick in jewelry sales compiled data from the Labor Department to show how jewelry sales have rebounded since COVID-19.  
States with the most job openings in June
Soaring layoffs and elevated job openings? Stacker dug into Bureau of Labor Statistics data to find out where employers are hiring in this odd economy.

Americans Are Enjoying Live Events and That's Good for the Economy

(Tom Siciliano) - The U.S. economy isn't perfect, but unemployment remains at record lows, inflation is cooling, consumer spending remains strong, and wages are rising steadily, not rapidly.While …

Why Women Need to Do Better at Saving for Retirement

(NewsUSA) - How prepared are all you women out there for retirement?Hopefully better than the 42 percent of adult females in a new study from financial services firm Edward Jones and Age Wave who …

5 Steps to Start Planning Your Estate

(Family Features) Regardless of your age, it's never too early to plan your estate and ensure last wishes are met. Estate planning isn't just for the wealthy. Discuss these basic estate planning steps with your loved ones and consider consulting an attorney for individual guidance.
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