A new analysis has revealed how much more money Americans need now to meet the cost of living standards seen in 2021– prior to a rise in inflation.
Social Security checks are increasing next year thanks to the annual cost of living adjustments (COLA). However, the standard monthly cost of Medicare Part B will increase by $9.80, or 6%, to $174.70 in 2024, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
After more than 25 years, McDonald’s is bringing back a nostalgic Happy Meal toy that many kids loved in the late ‘80s and ‘90s.
“We now find ourselves in a very different environment," Spotify CEO Daniel Ek said. "And despite our efforts to reduce costs this past year, our cost structure for where we need to be is still too big."
Kraft Foods Global, Inc., The Kellogg Company, General Mills, Inc. and Nestle USA, Inc. were among the plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
Companies looking to cut costs to offset the pain of high inflation are quietly paring back the non-cash benefits they offer to employees — and the problem may soon get worse.
Nationwide gas prices continue to fall. Lower gas demand has been a main contributor in limiting pump price increases amid rising oil prices, according to AAA.
Homeowners may miss out on significant insurance discounts by overlooking the benefits of smart home devices, according to a Nationwide study.
Real GDP increased at an annual rate of 5.2% for the July-through-September period after rising 2.1% in the second quarter this year, according to the BEA's second estimate released Thursday.
The law aims to prevent landlords from discriminating against renters due to weight limits and to implement workplace accommodations for overweight Americans.
Subway is celebrating National Cookie Day by giving customers in select cities a sneak peek of their new footlong cookies coming to stores nationwide.
Student loan repayments will make the season unaffordable for many Gen Z and millennials this year, according to a recent Credit Karma survey.
The Racine County Board of Supervisors approved Microsoft’s expansion plan unanimously on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
Nationwide, home prices rose by 0.3% in September and now stand 3.9% above their year-ago level, according to the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices report.
Shoppers across all income levels plan to spend more this year for the holiday, a recent Deloitte survey said.
The recent trend has workers sticking it out at their jobs a little longer before searching for the next great opportunity.
Best Buy CEO Corrie Barry acknowledged the nationwide problem but said the electronics retailer has not experienced the significant loss competitors have thanks to its strategy of higher staffing levels, security, and full-service check-outs.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that the progress made on moderating inflation has been gratifying but that there was still a long way to go to bring it to a 2% target rate.
Some Social Security recipients have erroneously seen their benefits suspended or have been assessed overpayments due to COVID-19 stimulus checks.
This weekend was full of getting a bang for your buck as the holiday shopping season kicked off with Black Friday. But are the days of deals done?