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The American economy bounced back last year with resilience from 2020′s brief but devastating coronavirus recession.
The Labor Department reported Thursday that jobless claims fell by 30,000 to 260,000 last week, slightly less than the 265,000 analysts were expecting.
The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it plans to begin raising its benchmark interest rate as soon as March, a key step in reversing its pandemic-era low-rate policies that have fueled hiring and growth but also escalated inflation.
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The 2021 housing market was the busiest ever, according to a new RE/MAX report, as a record number of homes sold at a breakneck pace.
Wisconsin's budget picture improved by nearly $2.9 billion with a revised forecast released Tuesday driven by higher-than-expected tax collections that will force the Republican-controlled Legislature to decide whether to spend the surplus, save it or put it toward tax cuts.
The 2022 tax season is officially underway, and the IRS has a few tips for Americans looking to get their tax refund as quickly as possible.
The latest trends in interest rates for student loan refinancing from the Credible marketplace, updated weekly.
Monthly life insurance premiums were stable entering the new year, according to Policygenius data.
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Tax filing season begins Monday and the IRS is advising you to file as soon as possible.
Wisconsin’s unemployment rate hit a record low of 2.8% in December, after tying the previous low of 3% in November, the state Department of Workforce Development reported Thursday.
Jobless claims rose for the third straight week — by 55,000 to 286,000, highest since mid-October, the Labor Department reported Thursday.
Procter & Gamble will raise prices across its line of laundry products such as detergent and dryer sheets next month, as the firm's own costs rise and consumers continue to favor the company's brands despite the squeeze on wallets from ongoing inflation.
Americans sharply cut their spending in December after a burst of early spending in the fall that helped bolster the holiday season.
Navient, a major student loan servicing company, has settled allegations of abusive lending practices for $1.85 billion.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced that student loan servicer Navient will provide $1.85 billion in total relief to resolve allegations.
The U.S. Army, for the first time, is offering a maximum enlistment bonus of $50,000 to highly skilled recruits who sign up for six years.
Prices paid by U.S. consumers jumped 7% in December from a year earlier, the highest inflation rate since 1982 and the latest evidence that rising costs for food, rent and other necessities are heightening the financial pressures on America's households.