Small Business Loans as Catalysts for Economic Resilience in 2024

Small Business Loans as Catalysts for Economic Resilience in 2024

By Kat

In the intricacies of the U.S. economy, small businesses stand as pillars of innovation and job creation. As we step into 2024, the financial landscape for small enterprises becomes a pivotal focal point, especially with the continuing conversation of an impending recession. Small businesses continue to be the backbone of the U.S. economy, constituting 90%…

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The Gift of Giving: A State-by-State Analysis of Holiday Gift Spending

The Gift of Giving: A State-by-State Analysis of Holiday Gift Spending

By Kat

The Holiday season is a highly anticipated time of year. It’s not just about the festive decorations and heartwarming traditions, but it’s also a season of generosity and giving. It’s a time to remind loved ones how much we appreciate and care for them – whether that’s in the form of a Christmas card or…

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Are Online Scams on the Rise? New report sheds light on online purchase scams

Are Online Scams on the Rise? New report sheds light on online purchase scams

By Kat

Do you find yourself getting more and more robo calls than ever? Receiving suspicious text messages almost every day? Double and triple checking who an email came from before clicking the link? These days it can feel like there are scams around every corner.  A recent study brought attention to the amount of online purchases…

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Hosting guests on a budget? Dinner parties are more affordable in Dayton, OH & Detroit, MI

Hosting guests on a budget? Dinner parties are more affordable in Dayton, OH & Detroit, MI

By Kat

Hosting friends and family can be immensely fulfilling. While donating your time to entertain is free of charge, you’ll likely have to donate a substantial amount of money as well to make sure your guests are comfortable and have a great time. Some cities, it turns out, are more affordable when hosting guests than others,…

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Hourly Workers Have Spoken: Their Wages Aren’t Enough

Hourly Workers Have Spoken: Their Wages Aren’t Enough

By Kat

The fight to raise the minimum wage in the country continues. While many giant corporations have made pledges to raise their own starting wages for workers, a federal mandate has yet to be approved. This, causing a divide amongst the nation as many are making the argument that minimum wage should be raised to a…

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These are the States with the Richest Retirees in the US

These are the States with the Richest Retirees in the US

By Brittany Hawthorne

A new analysis breaks down retirement income by state

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Personal Finance for Main St

When residents of Main St look for news on how the economy is performed that day, it's often reported in terms of how the "Dow" or the S&P 500 performed that day. So what is the Dow? Ditto for the S&P 500?

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