And it couldn't have come at a better time.
Some big changes have been proposed for Social Security to strengthen the program. But something President Biden said may hold things back.
Next year's cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will be historic for many, but a wider-lens look tells a different story.
The country’s median rent has grown by an inflation-adjusted 25% since 2014, while the median hourly employee earnings increased by only 6% over the same span. And for the millennial generation, currently aged 26 to 41, this gap between rents and wages can be especially difficult: 27.2% of m…
Owning a car can be expensive.
Fraud is a persistent problem for the insurance industry, and it’s one we all pay for. The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates it costs insurers $308.6 billion a year industrywide,…
The coronavirus pandemic brought upheaval to the country's schools -- and its standardized tests. EDsmart investigated how Advanced Placement test scores in 2021 compared to scores in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic, for the 10 most popular tests using data from College Board.
Best Universities compiled a list of 10 gorgeous college libraries from across the country that may make students want to study.
While inflation is pushing up prices for almost everything else, Medicare is about to be less expensive. Medicare Part B premiums will go down for 2023, according to an announcement…
Do you have an extra $12,000? It's how much more experts say you are spending, on average this year, compared to two years ago.
PennyWise host Teri Barr is talking with Elizabeth Renter, a Personal Finance Data Analyst with NerdWallet, to learn more about the specific categories where you've had to spend a lot more money in 2022.
Elizabeth also shares what this means related to a recession, and what you can do about it.
More from Elizabeth on NerdWallet:
- First-Time Home Buyer Metro Affordability Report – Q2 2022
- Got an Extra $11,500? You’ll Need It to Keep Up With 2022 Prices
- U.S. Drivers’ Gas Spending Soars Toward $562 Billion in 2022
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Some people might pull it off, but for most it's not worth the risk.
If your paper losses are causing you anxiety in this bear market, consider a few strategies that could breathe new life into your investment portfolio.
You don't want to take a withdrawal at the wrong time and regret it later.
One piece of data is missing before Social Security retirees can find out how much their benefits will increase in 2023.
Although a stock split in itself is not a taxable event, you may be on the hook for taxes if you cash in on your extra shares.
You may need a higher benefit to get adequate buying power.
What will they mean for your benefit?
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Santa Clara University compiled a list of the 10 industries with the most market research analysts using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Beyond Identity collected figures and statistics from IBM's 2022 Cost of a Data Breach Report to understand how data breaches impact companies and consumers.
Whether you long to buy your first home or you own one and have considered selling, here's what falling prices could mean for you.
Cheapinsurance.com compiled this list of five common auto collision repairs using information from across the internet. Cost estimates come from a variety of sources, including LendingTree and Chase Bank.
Many retirees are surprised to learn that, in many cases, benefits can be taxed.
For me, a comfortable retirement is more important than a long one.
Many seniors are anxiously awaiting these few key pieces of information.
Do you want to teach your kids how to invest but you’re not quite sure how to get started? Whether you have very young children or you’re starting to fill out college applications, we’ve assembled some great resources to help you and your kids learn about investing together. Investing for Kids: 5 Account Options As […]
This formula is easy enough for any investor to follow.