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Experts: Here’s How Much You Should Have in Your Checking Account

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7 Reasons To Consider Switching Your Bank

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Here’s Why Not Having a Savings Account Is a Major Money Mistake

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5 Best Banks for Long-Term Deposits

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20 Hobbies Only The Rich Can Afford

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How Much You Need To Be in the Top 5% in Every State

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6 Things the Rich Do To Stay Rich

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10 Simple Habits of Money-Smart Individuals

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10 Supply Shortages That May Happen Again This Year

Unless you were a prepper — someone who actively prepares for a catastrophic disaster or emergency — at the beginning of 2020, you probably didn't have a stockpile of food and supplies stored…

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25 Ways the Coronavirus Has Upended the Auto Industry Across the Globe

In a world where consumers can already buy nearly anything with the click of a button, it was only a matter of time until the car-buying process followed suit.

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Before It Became the Norm, Which States Had the Most Remote Workers?

Along with the rise in unemployment, the U.S. has seen a surge of people working remotely as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. According to a Gallup poll, 62% of employed Americans say they have…

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People in These States Are Having the Hardest Time Paying Rent

Nearly 5% of Americans remain unemployed, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While that number is the lowest recorded since the onset of the pandemic, it's still…

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Stimulus Update: Could Increasing Jobless Claims Help the Push for a Fourth Stimulus Check?

Talk of a fourth stimulus check has ratcheted up in recent days following last week's news that U.S. jobless claims are on the rise again, though for now there's no indication that another check is…

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These Hourly Workers Benefit the Most From Overtime

The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the professional lives of nearly every American. Many workers, for instance, work their jobs remotely. Data from a Gallup Panel noted that 62% of employed…

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11 Basic Money Moves Everyone Should Make During Hard Times

The coronavirus pandemic has taken a major hit on the economy and the personal finances of workers across the country. The national unemployment rate was as high as 14.7% in April 2020. It's down to…

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30 Ways Shopping Will Never Be the Same After the Coronavirus

The coronavirus has changed life in just about every aspect, including shopping. Many retailers with a brick-and-mortar presence have been able to shift to serving customers solely online, but…

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The Best and Worst Things About Working From Home

In March 2020, 46% of organizations implemented a work-from-home policy because of the COVID-19 epidemic, according to Willis Towers Watson — a percentage that has likely increased since then as…

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These 15 Billionaires Got Richer During the Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the financial well-being of millions of people around the world, with many losing jobs, shuttering their businesses or losing a large portion of their retirement…

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Smart Ways You Can Prepare For Job Loss While You’re Still Employed

At the peak of the pandemic, approximately 44.2 million people filed for unemployment during the shutdown in the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of Labor. If your employer is struggling to stay…

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Small Businesses That Pivoted Successfully During the Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a brutal blow to many small-business owners. A recent analysis conducted by the Federal Reserve Board found that the pandemic resulted in the permanent closure of…

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24 Ways To Stretch Your Unemployment Benefits

With serious economic trouble looming, millions of potential workers applying for unemployment benefits and an entire country settling into a new and tense reality, it's more important now to extend…

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Divorcing During the Pandemic? Here’s How To Safely (and Cheaply) Break It Off

Saying "I do" has always been something of a gamble, with nearly 50% of all marriages in the U.S. ending in divorce or separation. But throw in a global pandemic that turns the world upside down and…

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Coronavirus Reveals How Much Teachers Should Really Be Paid

Here's a closer look at where teacher salaries are the most — and least — out of line with the local economy.

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How To Interview For a Job Over Zoom

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, companies that are still hiring are largely conducting job interviews remotely via phone or video. While many of the typical best practices for job interviews…

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These 15 Companies Struck Gold During Lockdown

Some companies have been able to thrive during the coronavirus pandemic due to what they offer and how they operate.

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18 Restaurant Chains That Have Filed for Bankruptcy

The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the restaurant industry. By mid-April of 2020, an estimated 30,000 American restaurants had closed for good and more than 110,000 were expected to shutter by…

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These Are the Most Unstable Industries in the US Right Now

The coronavirus pandemic has hit a lot of people and companies hard. Here are 19 American industries that are struggling right now.

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How Coronavirus Revealed America Is Failing Children — and Parents

As the country figures out a way forward, two of the trickiest issues have been child care and children's education.

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Cash and 21 Other Everyday Things Wiped Out by COVID-19

Activities and commodities that were standard just a handful of months ago have become scarce, if not impossible to access.

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22 Tips for Landing a Job During the Health Crisis

Although it's certainly a tough job market right now, it's not impossible to land a new gig.

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Coronavirus Has Made These Brands More Valuable Than Ever

A major crisis has a funny way of clarifying things for the general public. Suddenly, what's most important to you becomes crystal clear, with the desire to see you and your family through hardships…

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What Financial Help Countries Around the World Gave To Their Citizens During the Pandemic

Over the past year, COVID-19 has infected tens of millions of people and taken millions of lives. Additionally, those who have managed to evade infection have suffered unprecedented economic turmoil….

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Gender Pay Equity Is More at Risk Than Ever During the Pandemic

Across the world and throughout the crisis, it was harder to be a woman during the pandemic than a man. According to a report from the United Nations Foundation, COVID-19 "is rapidly unraveling the…

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COVID-19’s Economic Impact on Education

The pandemic uprooted life as we know it, especially when it comes to education. Public health mandates began to shut down primary schools in the U.S. as early as March 2020. Colleges soon began to…

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One Year of COVID-19 Weddings: How the Pandemic Upended How We Celebrate

The coronavirus pandemic upended every aspect of life as we know it, from how we work to how we shop to how we celebrate and socialize. With large gatherings banned for much of the year, couples who…

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11 Things We’ll Keep Doing Even After COVID-19 Is Over

For most of us, nothing in our lifetimes has so drastically altered the way we collectively live than the COVID-19 pandemic. From the way we work and learn to how we eat, travel and socialize,…

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What Living Through a Pandemic Has Taught Us About Money

According to the Pew Research Center, about half of non-retired adults say the economic consequences of COVID-19 will make it harder for them to achieve their financial goals. Forty-four percent of…

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Old-School Services That Have Returned During the Pandemic

Some things go out of style and become a permanent part of the past, while others reemerge years later. And this year, the novel coronavirus has a hand in rebooting some of the services of days gone…

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45% of Americans Have Moved During the Pandemic, New Study Finds

The pandemic has not only taken an economic and financial toll, but it's also triggered many Americans to make various lifestyle changes. From moving out of state, to choosing to live a nomadic life…

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One Year After Toilet Paper Panic-Buying, Here Are the Items We Still Can’t Get Enough Of

In March 2020, the "hottest" items were toilet paper, disinfecting wipes and frozen foods, with supermarkets and big box stores struggling to keep these items on their shelves. COVID's Financial…

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The Financial Impacts of COVID-19 That We Weren’t Expecting

Some of the implications of the pandemic could have been predicted — for example, with many sectors of the economy closed, it could be expected that people would lose jobs. But other financial…

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Billionaires vs. the Rest of Us: How Did Finances Change Due to COVID-19

Although many Americans have suffered terrible economic losses during the pandemic, overall, the average American's personal income has increased since the start of the pandemic. According to data…

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How Planning Big Events Will Change Permanently After COVID-19

Due to government-imposed restrictions as well as a concern for guest safety, many people canceled, postponed or downsized their major events amid the pandemic. And while the coronavirus has certainly…


America’s Favorite Lockdown Hobbies and How Much They Cost

With many people working from home and options for entertainment outside the house limited, Americans had to get creative with how they spent their time in lockdown. Some people turned to streaming…

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The 10 Industries That Have Been Impacted the Most by COVID-19

There are very few industries that were not heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic. From food service to airlines, some of the biggest employers in the country were stunned by losses as public…

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15 Cheap Things Your Family Should Have on Hand During the Pandemic

As you settle in for the long haul, here's a nonexhaustive list of the things you should have on hand to stay safe, productive, satiated and sane.

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How Each Generation Has Been Affected Financially By the Pandemic

The economic and racial disparities that played out during the pandemic have been well documented. Less has been written about how people in the same generations shared common experiences –…

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25 Companies Laying Off the Most People Thanks to Coronavirus

These companies have had to let workers go due to struggles and other issues brought on by the coronavirus.

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The Pandemic Housing Market in Every State

The coronavirus pandemic has had a dramatic impact on pretty much every aspect of our lives and the economy, including the housing market. Some states like Alaska have seen very small increases in…

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Counterpoint: Why We Need To Keep the Economy Closed Until It’s Safe

The virus is now in its second year, but it's starting to look like the virus' second year could be its last. Now, the question is whether to keep the economy closed until COVID-19 is resolved for…

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Point: Why It’s Important to Completely Open the Economy

Tens of millions of Americans are fully vaccinated and tens of millions more are halfway there. For the first time in a long time, things are looking up. There's no shortage of experts warning about…

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By the Numbers: The COVID-19 Economy 1 Year Later

Without a doubt, 2020 was undoubtedly one of the most dramatic years for the U.S. economy in recent history due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Public health shutdowns and other public safety measures meant…

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8 Major Ways We’ve Had To Adjust Financially Due to the Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has shifted nearly every aspect of how we live, from how we spend our time to how we spend our money. We've spent more on some things, less on others and maybe rethought our…

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What We’ve Learned From Businesses That Are Surviving the Pandemic So Far

The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a devastating blow to many businesses both big and small. As of September 2020, nearly 100,000 businesses had permanently closed as a result of the pandemic, Fortune…

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A Stark Look at the COVID-19 Job Class Divide, One Year Later

While nearly all Americans have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic in some way, when it comes to its effect on the job market and low- and high-wage earners, its impact has not been felt…

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What the Financial Incentives To Stay Home Have Looked Like

From the very beginning of the pandemic, people who got sick had to make the hard choice between isolating themselves in safety or going out and earning a living. It's an impossible Catch-22. But some…

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The Biggest Changes to Our Consumer Habits as a Result of COVID-19

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the average consumer has contended with supply shortages, fear of safety and extended shipping times on even domestic orders. If you thought this would put a pause on…


The 12 Most Controversial Price Hikes of the Last Year

Due to factors like high demand, some products are seeing their prices go up and up.

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10 Companies That Have Proven To Be ‘Too Big To Fail’ During the First Year of COVID-19

During the Great Recession, the world met the "too big to fail" club. These elite Wall Street money vacuums were so enormous that if something bad happened to them, their downfall would sink the whole…

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How the Pandemic Has Changed Online Businesses, According to an E-Commerce Expert

During the scariest days of the virus, laptops became lifelines and commerce became e-commerce. A handful of giants like Amazon and 1800Flowers were perfectly positioned to thrive. But for most online…

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5 Ways Our Finances Changed Over the Past Year — And Why That’s Both Good and Bad

Life has changed in so many ways over the past year, and many of the financial changes will continue to affect individuals and businesses in the future — both in good and bad ways. Read: COVID's…

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What Are the Key Money Lessons From COVID-19 That We Need To Keep Moving Forward?

2020 was financially devastating for many people. But the experience also illustrated the importance of several key money lessons that can help everyone with their finances in the future. Read:…

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The Pandemic’s Effect on Home Prices in 20 Cities

The coronavirus pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives and had a significant impact on the economy and home values. Though home values have managed to increase somewhat during this time, the…

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How We Save Money Has Changed Forever

When the virus came to America, it landed in a country where millions of people had no savings at all and many millions more had savings that were painfully inadequate. But others had followed the…

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All the Ways This Was the Travel Industry’s Worst Year Ever

On April 2, 2020, National Geographic asked "How hard will the coronavirus hit the travel industry?" The article chronicled the overnight collapse of an industry that had spent years using technology…

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4 Ways That COVID-19 Has Helped Americans Save Money

COVID-19 has changed our entire lives seemingly overnight. Many of us who had never joined a video call before the pandemic are now Zoom background experts. But COVID-19 hasn't just changed the way we…

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COVID-19 One Year Later: What Can Be Done To Get the Economy To Bounce Back ASAP?

After hitting pandemic lows last year, the U.S. economy is now on the upswing. The Atlanta Federal Reserve is indicating a 10% gross domestic product gain for the first three months of the year, while…

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How Biden’s Plan To End Coronavirus Is Impacting the Economy (So Far)

Candidate Joe Biden ran for president with a vow to return the American economy — beaten down by COVID-19 — to prosperity. And just days before he took office as the nation's 46th president on Jan….

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What The First Year of The Pandemic Looked Like for The Working Mom

Women already were behind men in the workplace when it comes to pay and position, and the COVID-19 pandemic seemingly has pushed women further behind in the past year. Layoffs and a lack of affordable…

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Companies That Are Still Benefiting From the Pandemic, a Year Later

As Americans reach the year milestone of mask-wearing and social distancing, it can be hard to see anything good that's come from the pandemic. Especially when the bad is so…well, glaringly bad….

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How Our Approach to Financial Planning Has Changed Forever

The coronavirus pandemic has upended the finances of many Americans due to job loss, stock market fluctuations and small business closures. These events have made some of the old "rules of thumb" of…

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One Year In, Here Are the Financial Pressures Americans Have Faced During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns and restrictions have been devastating for many Americans' finances, from those who lost their jobs to small business owners who struggled to make…

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What the Past Year Taught Us About Spending Money

Spending habits are always changing in the US and elsewhere, but the past year has forced us to take a closer look at how we spend money. Many of those habits were already there, bubbling below the…

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How COVID-19 Has Permanently Upended the Fitness Industry

Before the COVID-19 crisis, you probably didn't think twice about attending a crowded exercise class or working out next to strangers in a busy gym, but things are different now. The pandemic changed…

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Where Our Economy Is One Year After Life Changed, According to Experts

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted pretty much every aspect of the economy including the GDP, unemployment, household spending, real estate and the stock market. As we reach the year-mark of living…

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26 Smartest Ways To Invest Your Money During the Pandemic

The question on every investor's mind at this point is, what's a smart investment to choose now? Find out how coronavirus might affect these investments.

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An Economist Reflects on the Damages Caused By One Year of COVID-19

It's amazing how much things can change in a year — and in the case of the economy, not for the better. The coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of the global and American economy,…

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Essential Jobs Across America With Big Paychecks for Employees

America's essential workers have been putting their health at risk to help keep the economy open enough to provide the basics while the rest of the country hit the pause button to wait out the…

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Beaten-Down Stocks Likely To Bounce Back After COVID-19

These stocks have dropped quite a bit in the last year, but they have the potential to go back up.


Here’s How Much Debt Americans Will Have Due To the Coronavirus, by State

As the coronavirus continues to spread in the U.S., more and more Americans will likely struggle to stay afloat financially. Millions already have lost jobs or been furloughed as businesses have been…

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When Can You Get the COVID-19 Vaccine – and How Much Will It Cost?

The same people who dreaded getting shots as children (that is, pretty much everyone) are now eagerly awaiting their chance to get stabbed by a medical professional. The reward, we hope, will be good…

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15 Ways To Work Better From Home

From setting up a home office to making the most of technology and balancing parental and office duties, here are 100 ways to work better from home.

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25 Companies Making the Most Money From Coronavirus

These companies have managed to make money and find success amid the pandemic.

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How To Protect Your Retirement Savings During the Coronavirus Pandemic

If you've been saving for retirement, you've likely gotten used to watching your account balance steadily rise along with the stock market – that is, until the coronavirus hit. The spread of COVID-19…

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How Emergencies Like Coronavirus Expose Nonsense Business Practices

Early in the coronavirus outbreak in the United States, telecom company AT&T graciously opted to remove its broadband caps in response to the fact that a great many Americans were stuck at home…

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15 Coronavirus Scams To Avoid at All Costs

Before you hand over any personal information or payment to anyone, beware of these 15 coronavirus-related scams.


52 Celebrities Making the Largest Donations to the Coronavirus Causes

COVID-19 has taken the world by storm. Here in the U.S., there have already been more than 25 million cases and 400,000 deaths. Thankfully, times of turmoil can bring out the best in people —…

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50 Highest-Paying Jobs With No Experience Required

Not everyone earns big immediately after graduating. But if you have the proper degree, there are plenty of jobs that pay well right out of college.

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The 50 Cities Best Prepared To Reignite Their Economy and Job Market

The recession brought on by the global spread of COVID-19 has been nothing short of devastating. Unemployment in the U.S. skyrocketed, and entire industries went into complete shutdown mode. Yet, the…

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How Coronavirus Exposed America’s Mistreatment of the Elderly

In 2008, I became a certified nursing assistant with the goal of working with the elderly. I was raised by my grandparents, which gave me a deeply rooted appreciation for seniors, and I was looking…

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Biden’s Latest Executive Orders to Target COVID Hunger Issues, Worker Protections

Today, President Biden is expected to sign two more executive orders. The first is to increase federal food assistance to families that have been hit by the pandemic recession. See: How Biden's First…

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In an Unforgiving Year, the NFL Faced COVID and Somehow Thrived

The limited stadium attendance that defined the 2020 NFL season will end up costing the league $2.7 billion, according to a commonly cited study from Team Marketing Report. But lost revenue was hardly…

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Big Fines NFL Teams Were Hit With After Violating COVID-19 Protocols

The NFL issued strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure safety during the pandemic. Then the league put its money where its mouth is when it comes to compliance. Or, as this list shows, the NFL put its…

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Macy’s to Close 37 Stores as the Retail Apocalypse Continues in 2021

On Tuesday, Macy's announced would close 37 of its stores in an effort to regain profitability — and, as previously disclosed, will be closing 125 stores by 2023. The iconic department store is just…

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How the Coronavirus Outbreak Is Devastating the Livelihood of Hourly Workers

Here's how the coronavirus has impacted these workers so far, as well as what's being done to help.

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25 Experts’ Predictions on When We Will Bounce Back From COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted life completely. Through multiple lockdowns, many nonessential businesses were closed. Since then, some have shut for good, and millions of people are still out…

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An Extra $600 in Stimulus Cash May Be Coming for Californians

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced yesterday a proposal to help low-income Californians with $600 direct payments, which would come in addition to the $600 from the latest stimulus package….

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How Much Money Are NBA Teams Losing Without Fans?

After playing last season in the "bubble" in Orlando, the NBA is playing at home arenas this season. However, only six franchises are playing in front of fans: the Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic,…

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Didn’t Get Your Stimulus Check? You Might Want to Blame TurboTax or H&R Block

Have you checked the IRS website to find out if your stimulus check is on its way yet? If you used TurboTax or H&R Block to file your taxes in 2019, you may have hit a snag. Some customers who…

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The National COVID Vaccine Roll-Out Is a Multi-Billion Dollar ‘Trainwreck’

The slow rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, the lack of a clear national distribution strategy as well as the lack of necessary funds to execute that strategy have left states scrambling for solutions….

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The Biggest Stock Climbs of 2020

Here's a look at the companies that are members of the S&P 500 that have seen the biggest changes in their stock price since the start of 2020.

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36 Million Americans to Work From Home by 2025 – Invest in These 7 Stocks Now

Upwork released its Future of Workforce Pulse Report this week, revealing that 26.7% of the U.S. workforce will continue to be remote this time next year. Today, 41.8% of the workforce is fully remote…

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What Playing In Empty Stadiums Is Costing Every NFL Franchise

We've tallied up how much teams took in last year in gate receipts, concessions, merchandise and all other sources of sales that will dry up without home games.

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Stimulus Deal Lets Some Workers Keep Extra Unemployment Money They Were Overpaid

Thanks to the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package, which was finally (officially) passed today, some freelance and gig workers may not have to return their overpaid unemployment benefits — which is…

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10 Surprises Congress Snuck Into The Stimulus Package

A "Christmas tree bill," in legislative circles, is one that includes a lot of little items tangentially related to the point of the law. The $900 billion stimulus package, passed just three days…

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The Stimulus Bill Is ‘Better Than Nothing’ – But Not Enough to Boost the Economy

This time, Congress really means it. They are really going to pass that stimulus bill – still up for a vote as of Monday afternoon – which should be a huge relief to millions of people whose…

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Will You Get Your Stimulus Check in Time for Christmas?

The new stimulus package is scheduled to pass today. This morning, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC that checks could arrive as early as December 28, in time to help people scoop up…

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What a Government Shutdown Could Mean for Your Wallet

If Congress does not reach an agreement on the stimulus package and the federal budget by 11:59 pm on Friday, the federal government will not be allowed to spend money. The result will be yet another…