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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
U.S. Housing Market Starts to Cool Down

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people took advantage of the low-interest rates and decided to purchase a house. As many others had a similar thought process, the demand for housing began to rise.

by Matin Varshochi
USD and Euro Near Equal, First Time in 20 Years

The USD and Euro are nearing parity, meaning that their bank notes could be used internationally without a change in purchasing power.

by Matin Varshochi
Millions Regret Leaving Jobs During the Great Resignation

When the COVID-19 pandemic began back in 2020, there were times of uncertainty. One of the main concerns people had was job security. However, many people decided it was time for them to try and explore different opportunities. As millions of people the need to find another job, this led to the Great Resignation.

by Matin Varshochi
Three Reasons to Start Your Holiday Shopping Now

Having fun and making lasting memories with family is the true meaning behind celebrating the holidays. The emotional effects of debt and stress can take away from the enjoyment. Here are three reasons why you should start your holiday shopping earlier in the year.

by ShaKreshia Terrell
Americans Rely More on Credit Cards Due to Inflation

The U.S. economy has experienced higher inflation than before, reaching its highest point since 1990. As a result, many Americans are turning to their credit cards to pay for their needed goods and services that have risen in price. Unfortunately, excessive use of credit cards to pay for goods and services can have major financial setbacks.

by Matin Varshochi
Bitcoin Price Falls Below $20,000

On June 18, 2022, Bitcoin’s price dropped under $20,000 for the first time since December 2020. Bitcoin showed a remarkable growth during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially during the lockdown era, with the price of the digital currency surging by 300%. However, as the famous saying goes, “The higher they rise, the harder they fall,” which is what Bitcoin is experiencing.

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
Factors Leading to a Crypto Bear Market

Over the past couple of weeks, investor confidence has been dropping in both the crypto and stock markets. Moreover, with the current economic climate, many investors have begun offloading most of their investments as there are rising concerns about a potential recession, leading to a crypto bear market.

by Matin Varshochi
Ten States to Easily Land a Job Interview

When the COVID-19 pandemic initially hit, the majority of employees at some companies began working remotely until they were cleared to return to the office. The integration of work flexibility allowed employees to continue working and earning money while being in the comfort of their homes.

by Matin Varshochi
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