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Weak Jobs Report Spurs New Arguments Over Big Fed Spending

Weak Jobs Report Spurs New Arguments Over Big Fed Spending

FINANCE | By Josh Boak | May 8, 2021

President Joe Biden insists an unexpected slowdown in companies' hiring is clear new proof the U.S. needs the multitrillion-dollar federal boost he's pushing.

Pizza Chef Bruno DiFabio Gets Prison Time for Tax Evasion

Pizza Chef Bruno DiFabio Gets Prison Time for Tax Evasion

FINANCE | May 7, 2021

Bruno DiFabio, a celebrity pizza chef who owns restaurants in Connecticut and New York, was sentenced to 30 days in prison Thursday for tax evasion.

Dubai Luxury Home Market Soars as World's Rich Flee Pandemic

Dubai Luxury Home Market Soars as World's Rich Flee Pandemic

FINANCE | By Isabel DeBre | May 6, 2021

After nearly three decades in London, Christophe Reech was fed up with the city's pandemic lockdowns. This spring, he sold his luxury townhouse and jetted off to the desert sheikhdom of Dubai to start a new life with his family.

Best Tips for a Successful Bitcoin Day Trading

Best Tips for a Successful Bitcoin Day Trading

FINANCE | May 5, 2021

Before starting with the objectives of Bitcoin day trading and how to do it, let us tell you about Bitcoin Day Trading in detail.

What Is $0 Fraud Liability And Do All Credit Cards Have It?

What Is $0 Fraud Liability And Do All Credit Cards Have It?

FINANCE | By Chauncey Crail | May 5, 2021

Zero fraud liability, a policy many credit and debit cards advertise to consumers as a safety measure against theft or fraud, seems like a stand-up thing for card companies to do.

Is Bitcoin the Right Investment, or is the Bubble About to Burst?

Is Bitcoin the Right Investment, or is the Bubble About to Burst?

FINANCE | May 4, 2021

As the price of Bitcoin rises in 2021, observers have resurrected the same debate that has plagued the digital currency project over the past decade.

Japan's Gaming Giant Nexon Recently Bought Bitcoin Worth $100 Million

Japan's Gaming Giant Nexon Recently Bought Bitcoin Worth $100 Million

FINANCE | May 4, 2021

Nexon's CEO, Owen Mahoney, said that his company is confident in Bitcoin's ability to provide "long-term stability and liquidity while preserving the value of our cash for future investments."

Tried and Tested Methods of Investing in BTC Safely in 2021 and Beyond?

Tried and Tested Methods of Investing in BTC Safely in 2021 and Beyond?

FINANCE | May 4, 2021

You can make so much money through BTC investing. Here are a few methods of safely investing in Bitcoin in 2021 and beyond.

Ethereum Hits an All-Time High, Stealing the Limelight of Bitcoin

Ethereum Hits an All-Time High, Stealing the Limelight of Bitcoin

FINANCE | May 4, 2021

Market analysts believe this cryptocurrency can gain traction with traditional financial institutions.

Personal Loan Vs. Line Of Credit: Which Is Better For Your Wallet?

Personal Loan Vs. Line Of Credit: Which Is Better For Your Wallet?

FINANCE | By Zina Kumok | May 4, 2021

If you're deciding between a personal loan and line of credit, we've got you covered. Here's what you need to know about each.

Are Homes The New Toilet Paper? How Scarcity Has Buyers Taking Extreme Steps

Are Homes The New Toilet Paper? How Scarcity Has Buyers Taking Extreme Steps

FINANCE | By Natalie Campisi | May 3, 2021

For people who are in a good position to sell, their home is like holding the last pack of toilet paper when COVID-19 first struck.

When Will I Receive My Tax Refund? Will It Be Delayed?

When Will I Receive My Tax Refund? Will It Be Delayed?

FINANCE | By Kemberley Washington | May 2, 2021

While the IRS assured filers at the beginning of tax season that they would receive their refunds in a timely manner, this hasn't always been the case.

How To Buy A New Construction Home

How To Buy A New Construction Home

FINANCE | By Bob Musinski | May 1, 2021

If you've spent some time checking out the real estate market but can't find a previously-owned home that reflects your needs and personal style, you might be better off purchasing a newly built home.

How to Travel Safely and Cheaply This Summer

How to Travel Safely and Cheaply This Summer

FINANCE | By Sam Kemmis, NerdWallet | May 1, 2021

The question of whether it's safe to travel remains. Infection rates remain high , despite accelerating vaccination efforts . Even vaccinated individuals are realizing that they may not be in the clear to return to life — and travel — as normal.

Pay Off Your Mortgage Early Vs. Investing: Which Is Best?

Pay Off Your Mortgage Early Vs. Investing: Which Is Best?

FINANCE | By Casey Bond | Apr 30, 2021

Should you pay your mortgage early or invest your extra funds? Here's what you should know to help you make a decision.

10 Tax Benefits Of Owning A Home

10 Tax Benefits Of Owning A Home

FINANCE | By Amy Fontinelle | Apr 29, 2021

Does Uncle Sam want you to own a home? Not necessarily, but the real estate industry does, and its members lobby politicians hard to create and maintain tax benefits for homeownership.

5 Reverse Mortgage Pros And Cons

5 Reverse Mortgage Pros And Cons

FINANCE | By Casey Bond | Apr 28, 2021

Reverse mortgages can sound pretty appealing, especially if most of your net worth is tied up in your home. But there are some definite downsides, too.

6 Tips For Living Your Budget, Not Just Planning It

6 Tips For Living Your Budget, Not Just Planning It

FINANCE | By Rebecca Lake | Apr 27, 2021

It's relatively easy to create a budget; the difficult part is adhering to the plan, day in and day out.

Everything You Need To Know About Personal Loans After Bankruptcy

Everything You Need To Know About Personal Loans After Bankruptcy

FINANCE | By Jerry Brown | Apr 26, 2021

Although it may be difficult, getting a personal loan after bankruptcy isn't impossible. You'll have to accept the fact that the lender will likely charge higher fees, along with a higher interest rate.

Time to Say Goodbye to Some Insurers' Waivers for Covid Treatment Fees

Time to Say Goodbye to Some Insurers' Waivers for Covid Treatment Fees

FINANCE | By Julie Appleby | Apr 26, 2021

Just as other industries are rolling back some consumer-friendly changes made early in the pandemic — think empty middle seats on airplanes — so, too, are health insurers.

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