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Become a CFP® Professional and Be Part of a Growing and Diverse Profession

(NewsUSA) - Today, October 4, marks World Financial Planning Day, a time to recognize the value of financial planning. Did you know that financial planning is not just a valuable resource for …

What the end of the student loan pause means for teachers

After a three-year pause, student loan repayments will resume. TeacherCertification.com explored how existing forgiveness programs affect teachers.

How the pandemic worsened teaching vacancies across the US

HeyTutor used National Center for Education Statistics data to explore and contextualize the current state of teacher vacancies in public schools.

Restaurant rebound: How spending at restaurants bounced back

Task Group analyzed Census Bureau data to determine how restaurant sales have recovered and grown since the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the industry.  

3 ways little-known 'Banks for Banks' lower mortgage costs and help borrowers achieve financial goals

(BPT) - A largely behind-the-scenes network of wholesale banks is making a difference for households from coast to coast. While borrowers may not know the name, the Federal Home Loan Bank System …

50 college majors that earn the least money

Stacker researched the 50 college majors that earn the least money using PayScale's 2021-22 College Salary Report.

Survey: Nearly half of U.S. adults with student loans are worried that end of repayment pause will negatively impact their lives

(BPT) - U.S. adults with student loans are unsettled and anxious less than a month away from student loan payments resuming after a three-year pause. A new survey from the nonprofit National …
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CME Group Gives Last Call for Registration in 20th Annual University Trading Challenge
(NewsUSA) - CME Group, the world’s leading derivatives marketplace, is reminding students that registration in its 20th Annual …
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In-person, online, or hybrid shopping? American consumer habits are changing in surprising ways
Photo Illustration by Stacker // Canva American consumers have long been a driving force of the country's economy and, for the last …
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Become a CFP® Professional and Give Back Through Pro Bono Financial Planning
(NewsUSA) - Nearly 9 in 10 Americans are concerned about the current cost of living in the United States, which has created an …
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The 5 states where casino gaming supports the most jobs
littlenySTOCK // Shutterstock Four decades ago, commercial casinos didn't even exist in the United States outside of Nevada and New …
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5 bad money habits hurting your financial future and how to steer clear of them
(BPT) - There's a good chance you may have a habit or two when it comes to money that is not doing your financial future any favors. …
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Consumer retail spending holds steady as recession worries drag on
Chekyravaa // Shutterstock Spending for in-person and online goods and services has moderated over the past year after seeing …
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Americans still love buying trucks, even as gas prices rise
VDB Photos // Shutterstock Some trace the American obsession with pickup trucks back to the horse and buggy. It's a natural …
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9 currencies that no longer exist
DeAgostini // Getty Images Between mobile wallets and digital payments, the U.S. dollar seems like it's falling more and more into …
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How restaurant employment has changed so far in 2023
PeopleImages.com - Yuri A // Shutterstock The restaurant industry was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. In the spring of 2021, …
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Graduates with history degrees most often find work in these industries
Drazen Zigic // Shutterstock It is well-documented that students who pursue STEM majors often have more ease transitioning into …
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Americans Are Enjoying Live Events and That's Good for the Economy

(Tom Siciliano) - The U.S. economy isn't perfect, but unemployment remains at record lows, inflation is cooling, consumer spending remains strong, and wages are rising steadily, not rapidly.While …

IPO 101: What to Know About Investing In An IPO

(BPT) - With the boom in retail trading over the last few years, one area may be new to a lot of investors: investing in an Initial Public Offering (IPO). IPOs have been fairly scarce the last …

5 surprising facts about online fraud and how to protect yourself

(BPT) - A vulnerable elder, who is less experienced with technology, often comes to mind when you picture a common target of online fraud. However, new research suggests younger consumers may be at …