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NerdWallet: Is now the right time for your business to buy real estate?
For small businesses hoping to establish or expand their brick-and-mortar presence, it may seem like a bad time to sink cash into a commercial property purchase. Read more...See the Story
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Wages · Hickory
Labor Market Kept It Tight in 2022
Workers have had a banner year in 2022 — wages are high, employment is strong and job-hopping opportunities are plentiful. But will it continue in 2023?See the Story
US & Canada · Helena
How High-Interest ‘Rent-a-Bank’ Loans Sidestep State Rate Caps
A Google search for “online loan” returns a list of low-interest personal loans alongside no-credit-check loans with high interest rates. The latter might not be available in many states if…See the Story
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Morristown, Tennessee · Morristown
Expert: Tech Layoffs Really Are Rising, and Here’s Why
Layoffs are making headlines again, but they’re concentrated in just one sector: tech. And those numbers are spiking, with November’s toll three times October’s, according to Layoffs.fyi, which tracks layoffs…See the Story
Evacuations · Orlando
Nicole Becomes A Hurricane, Heads Toward Florida Landfall
Tropical Storm Nicole officially became Hurricane Nicole Wednesday afternoon as it crept closer to Florida's east coast. As of 6 p.m., Nicole was 55 miles west of Freeport, Grand Bahama Island and 135 miles east of West Palm Beach. The storm had near-hurricane level winds at 75 mph and was moving west at 13 mph. See the Story
59% Center coverage: 140 sources
Fed expected to hike interest rates for fourth time
The Fed on Wednesday is expected to announce a hefty three-quarter-point hike in its key short-term rate. Many Fed-watchers hope that Chair Jerome Powell will hint that the central bank may ease the pace of its hikes. Chronic inflation has become a central point of attack for Republicans against Democrats in the midterm congressional elections.See the Story
66% Center coverage: 6 sources
US & Canada
Lawsuit stalls student debt relief: What now?
Borrowers hoping to see $10,000 or $20,000 wiped from their debts will have to wait while this lawsuit proceeds; hearings are already scheduled for next week.See the Story
80% Center coverage: 10 sources
Business · Washington
Social Security Administration announces 8.7 percent COLA hike, largest in 40 years
Amid record high inflation, Social Security beneficiaries will get an 8.7% increase to their benefits in 2023, the highest increase in 40 years. The Social Security Administration announced the change on Thursday, which will result in a benefit increase of more than $140 more per month on average starting in January.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 137 sources
Lincoln, Nebraska · Lincoln
Holiday Survival Strategies From 5 Financial Educators
For Ryan Decker, surviving the holiday shopping season is all about planning ahead. In fact, if he sees a gift for one of his two young sons in March, he’ll…See the Story
US & Canada · Billings
Inflation hits Thanksgiving dinner, El Pasoans are left finding alternatives
The Montana Rescue Mission (MRM) hosts a community dinner to provide the less fortunate with an opportunity to enjoy Thanksgiving festivities in their true spirit. The community dinner will take place this Thursday from 1 pm to 3 pmand is open to all members of the community. MRM is accepting both in-person and online donations for their upcoming community dinner.See the Story
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US & Canada
What the Federal Reserve interest rate increase means for consumers
This is the sixth-rate high this year, a streak that has made mortgages and other loans increasingly expensive. The last time inflation ran this high was in the early 80s. After this most recent increase, the Fed hinted at a less restrictive policy like a slower pace of hikes in the future.See the Story
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