U.S. wholesale prices fell 0.2% in June as food costs dropped sharply, offsetting a big increase in energy prices.
Another 1.3 million workers sought unemployment last week, according to the Department of Labor.
Of the respondents whose income dropped, just 17 percent said it's returned to normal.
The postponed tax season deadline is July 15, which means some last-minute filers need to take action in order to avoid being penalized by the IRS.
Bed, Bath & Beyond will close more than 200 stores over the next two years as part of a restructuring effort due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Small business owners still have time to cash in on big money.
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Becoming intimate with your finances is now a matter of economic survival.
While the jobless rate was down from 13.3% in May, it is still at a Depression-era level. And the data was gathered during the second week of June, just before a number of states began to reverse or suspend the reopenings of their economies to try to beat back the virus.
The city of Dallas has received $500,000 to distribute to families who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, prioritizing those who aren’t eligible for federal relief programs, including immigrant workers.
American Airlines will start booking flights to full capacity this week, ending any effort to promote social distancing on its planes while the United States sets records for new reported cases of the coronavirus.
The bonuses to employees come as the U.S. is seeing about 40,000 new confirmed cases per day.
Full-time hourly associates were given a $300 bonus and part-time hourly and temporary associates received $150 on June 25.
While the IRS has asked survivors to return the money, it's not clear they have to.
The number of laid-off workers who applied for unemployment benefits fell to 1.48 million last week, the 12th straight drop and a sign that layoffs are slowing but are still at a painfully high level.
It was the sharpest quarterly decline since an 8.4% fall in 2008 during the depths of the financial crisis.
Chuck E. Cheese - where kids could be kids while parents nursed headaches - is filing for bankruptcy protection.
For the 47 percent who are worried about money issues currently, 23 percent said their cause of stress revolved around everyday expenses, which Bankrate noted was down from the 32 percent who said the same last year.
Individuals can roll distributed funds back into a plan through August, according to IRS.
Sales of new homes rose a surprisingly strong 16.6% in May suggesting that the reopening of major parts of the country were giving a boost to the housing market.