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How Quiet Quitting Has Impacted the Labor Market

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home became an option many companies implemented for part-time and full-time employees. However, working long hours began to affect employees’ mental health, which began the workplace trend of “quiet quitting.”

by Matin Varshochi
What You Need to Know If You Lose Your Job

For a second straight quarter, the gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States fell, the typical definition of a recession. Due to the rising fears of a recession, companies have reduced their job openings, and there is a possibility some people will be getting laid off in the near future.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Invest and Build Wealth Without College

Growing up, many parents emphasized getting a college degree after graduating from high school. Their main train of thought was a college degree would improve the chances of landing a high-paying job and begin wealth building, but nowadays, college is not a requirement for building wealth.

by CapWay
States Mandating Financial Literacy by 2023

The current school curriculum does not have any courses which discuss financial literacy. As a result, some states have begun implementing financial literacy courses into the curriculum, which will go into effect in 2023.

by Matin Varshochi
Latest Economic Report Says US Economy is Not in Recession

In a report released by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), it was seen that the GDP level had reduced a second time, which is the usual indicator of a recession. However, despite the data showing a reduction in consumer spending, the NBER has announced they believe the economy is not in a recession.

by Matin Varshochi
Rising Inflation is Causing More Homelessness

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the cost of living has continued to rise due to the surging inflation rates. When the Bureau of Labor Statistics calculated the most recent inflation rate using the Consumer Price Index, it was determined that it was at its highest level in 40 years.

by Matin Varshochi
U.S. Hourly Workers' Emergency Savings are Limited

Workforce payments platform Branch recently conducted a survey asking hourly workers in the United States about their financial situation. The purpose of this survey was to determine how well off these hourly workers are in the midst of the current economic climate, and the results were startling.

by Matin Varshochi
How Tax Brackets Work and How They Affect Retained Income

Every year, between January 1 and April 15, one must file tax returns with the federal government. To aid them with determining the amount of taxes owed for each applicant, the federal government uses income tax brackets to determine the effective tax rate.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Celebrate National Insurance Awareness Day

Smart money decisions early on will set the tone for your financial stability later on in life. Having insurance is a large part of financial security because it can protect you from unexpected events that can be costly in the future. To ensure people were updating their insurance policies regularly, June 28 was named “National Insurance Awareness Day.”

by Matin Varshochi
Nearly 1/3 of All Workers Paid Less Than $15 per Hour

A study conducted by Oxfam observed the minimum wage workers earn across the country and found that nearly 1/3, or 32% of all workers are compensated at an hourly wage below $15. With the cost of living rising due to the economy's current conditions, now is a crucial time to try and increase your working wage to ensure your disposable income does not lower.

by Matin Varshochi
U.S. Households Wealth Declines

In the first quarter of 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic first began, household wealth declined. However, since then, it has continued to rise, until now. A new recent report released by the Federal Reserve looked at the wealth of households and highlighted key financial data regarding where money is rising and falling.

by Matin Varshochi
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