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Two Shortages That May Affect High Schoolers This Year: Teachers and Military

These shortages can give high school juniors and seniors college and career opportunities.

States Are Sending Out Their Own Stimulus Checks This Year

Personal finance skills can help you optimize this money.

Nonprofit Run by Teens is Helping Young People Learn Personal Finance Skills

Four teens in Charlotte, NC are on a mission to improve financial literacy among young people using some innovative tactics.

More Funding for IRS Could Help Boost Federal Revenue, but Sparks Controversy

Is it fair to target anyone for auditing?

Positive July Jobs Report Complicates Feelings of Recession

Businesses are feeling a "vibecession" despite strong statistics. Here's what it means for you.

Congress Wants More Regulations on Cryptocurrency as its Value Struggles

The goal is to make crypto more stable for consumers.

Most Americans Not Investing During Down Market, But They Should Be

The market is volatile right now. Here's why you should still be investing.

Opposing Candidates Agree: Members of Congress Shouldn’t be Trading Stocks

Despite the sentiment, members of Congress are very active in the stock market.

Dispute Over Capital Gains Tax Could Sink Big Spending Bill

What's the Big Spending Bill, capital gains, and what does it all mean for you? Here's what you should know.

U.S. Officially in a Recession. What Does That Mean?

GDP declined for a second straight quarter. Here's what that means for you and the family at home.

US Sports Camps and Greenlight Announce Financial Education Partnership

US Sports Camps families can receive three free months when they sign up for Greenlight Max.

The Fed Raises Interest Rates Again. What Does That Mean for Borrowers?

Today, the Fed raised interest rates by a historic 75 basis points.