After a stunning first-half, the rest of 2021 could see the U.S. economy expand at a slower pace and inflation fall back to earth. See full story.
1 in 5 people say July 4 will be their first ‘normal’ celebration this year
Americans are expected to spend $7.52 billion on food for barbecues and family gatherings this weekend. See full story.
The difference between a vacation home and a rental property — and what it means for your taxes
The IRS wants to know how much time you spend at that old family cabin at the lake. See full story.
The 5 most eye-popping disclosures in Robinhood’s long-awaited IPO filing
Growth and doge and lawsuits, oh my! See full story.
There are plenty of jobs, but not enough people to fill them. What’s going on?
The U.S. created 850,000 new jobs in June. Great. Yet 9 million people who likely would be working right now had there been no pandemic are still sitting at home. See full story.
The global population of people worth $30 million or more grew by 1.7% in 2020. See full story.