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Now-Ended Partial Government Shutdown to Complicate Jobs Report

On Friday, the Labor Department will release its monthly jobs report for the first month of the year. While the figures it will contain are expected to be solid, the partial government shutdown that was in place for much of January will lead to a very interesting report overall. For...

Money at 30: Money at 33

This past week I took another step toward aging out of my "Money at 30" moniker. That's right, I'm now 33 years old. I'd call this a "milestone," except I don't really know of anyone who finds 33 to be a particularly notable or interesting age. Nevertheless, as I've done...

Survey Ranks Money Topics as "Most Taboo"

You've probably heard it said that you shouldn't lend money to friends. But has that advice been interpreted as "don't talk about money with friends" by some Americans? A recent study conducted by the Captial Group and reported on by The Motley Fool found that money-related matters were far more likely...

Money at 30: Top Personal Finance Apps for 2019 2

Happy 2019! Okay, so we may already be a few weeks into the new year but I feel like I'm just now getting my bearings. This means I've spent the past few days not only contemplating the coming year and working towards some financial goals of my own but also...

36% of Respondents Admit to Maxing Out Credit Cards on Large Purchases

When you make a large purchase, do you turn to plastic or cash? That's what a new survey by the personal finance site WalletHub sought to find out. Additionally the study found that many Americans run the risk of maxing out their credit cards when making large purchases. First, WalletHub asked what respondents considered...

Morgan Stanley Advises Investors to "Embrace" Potential Recession

The last week of 2018 was a wild one on Wall Street. Following the worst Christmas Eve on record — which saw indexes fall to their lowest point of the year — Boxing Day brought a rally that resulted in the largest single-day point gain in the history of the...

Money at 30: CES, Tech Temptation, and Lifestyle Creep 3

Yesterday I returned home from a week-long stay in Las Vegas, Nevada. The main purpose of my visit wasn't gambling or any particular Cirque du Soleil performance (although I did manage to see one while in town) but to attend this year's Consumer Electronics Show. This being my first time,...

Survey Finds 37% of Americans Overspent This Holiday Season

In 2018 Americans spent more than $850 billion during the holiday shopping season. That spending level not only rose 5.1% from 2017 but also made it the highest total in six years. Now, according to a new survey by the personal finance site WalletHub, more than one-third of shoppers say they...