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Lots of Sound and Fury on U.S. Debt, but Not a Crisis — Yet

Lots of Sound and Fury on U.S. Debt, but Not a Crisis — Yet

FINANCE | By Josh Boak | Jan 30, 2023

For all the sound and fury about raising the nation's debt limit, most economists say federal borrowing is not at a crisis point ... at least not yet.

Biden, McCarthy to Discuss Debt Limit in Talks on Wednesday

Biden, McCarthy to Discuss Debt Limit in Talks on Wednesday

FINANCE | By Hope Yen and Zeke Miller | Jan 30, 2023

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said Sunday he is looking forward to discussing with President Joe Biden a "reasonable and responsible way that we can lift the debt ceiling " when the two meet Wednesday.

Goldman Sachs Signals Partial Retreat from Consumer Banking

Goldman Sachs Signals Partial Retreat from Consumer Banking

FINANCE | By Ken Sweet | Jan 26, 2023

Goldman has signaled a partial retreat by scrapping plans for a checking account broadly available to the public and mothballing its personal loan business.

Millennial Money: Rekindle Fizzling Financial Resolutions

Millennial Money: Rekindle Fizzling Financial Resolutions

FINANCE | By Dalia Ramirez, NerdWallet | Jan 25, 2023

An early-in-the-year setback, like paying your health insurance deductible or the credit card bills after a costly December, doesn't have to knock you off course.

Crypto Firms Acted Like Banks, then Collapsed Like Dominoes

Crypto Firms Acted Like Banks, then Collapsed Like Dominoes

FINANCE | By Ken Sweet | Jan 24, 2023

A number of companies have attempted to act as the cryptocurrency equivalent of a bank. In a span of less than 12 months, nearly all of the biggest of those companies have failed spectacularly.

In What Ways Can One Buy Bitcoin?

In What Ways Can One Buy Bitcoin?

FINANCE | Jan 19, 2023

To efficiently trade with Bitcoin, you must use a reliable trading platform. On this page, you will find info about different ways to invest money in crypto.

How to Use a Crypto ATM?

How to Use a Crypto ATM?

FINANCE | Jan 19, 2023

One of the finest methods to capitalize on the digital coin, the bitcoin ATM, can allow you to sell the crypto in minutes. There is a simple procedure for the crypto ATM.

El Salvador: Holding Non-Profit Bitcoin Conference

El Salvador: Holding Non-Profit Bitcoin Conference

FINANCE | Jan 19, 2023

It has been more than a year since the Latin American company El Salvador embarked on adopting Bitcoin as its legal tender. The world is waiting to hear how they have been going with the money.

How Will the People be Freed Via Bitcoin and Art?

How Will the People be Freed Via Bitcoin and Art?

FINANCE | Jan 19, 2023

Consider a world in which people are liberated from bonds of economic servitude. Making this goal a reality may be significantly aided by bitcoin and the arts.

Countdown in the Offing for Political Fight over Debt

Countdown in the Offing for Political Fight over Debt

FINANCE | By Josh Boak | Jan 19, 2023

The countdown toward a possible U.S. government default is in the offing, with frictions between President Joe Biden and House Republicans raising alarms.

Are Resort Fees Ever Worth It?

Are Resort Fees Ever Worth It?

FINANCE | By Sally French, NerdWallet | Jan 18, 2023

NerdWallet analyzed more than 100 U.S. hotels with January 2023 check-in dates as part of its 2023 Best-Of Awards to see which hotels have the best and worst fees.

How Ominous is the Debt Limit Problem?

How Ominous is the Debt Limit Problem?

FINANCE | By Josh Boak | Jan 18, 2023

On the brink of hitting the nation's legal borrowing limit on Thursday, the government is resorting to "extraordinary measures" to avoid a default.

Millennial Money: 4 Expenses for Parents to Rethink in 2023

Millennial Money: 4 Expenses for Parents to Rethink in 2023

FINANCE | By Elizabeth Ayoola, Nerdwallet | Jan 17, 2023

If you're a parent, you may be hoping to get a little financial relief this tax season. Since there have been recent reductions to both of the child tax credits, you may not get as much back as you anticipated.

EU Seeking to Offset Biden's Green Plans with Own Subsidies

EU Seeking to Offset Biden's Green Plans with Own Subsidies

FINANCE | By Raf Casert | Jan 17, 2023

European Union leaders and member nations were putting forward moves Monday to ensure the 27-nation bloc would not be left behind by the United States in the green industry race.

How to Tackle Holiday Debt in January

How to Tackle Holiday Debt in January

FINANCE | By Kimberly Palmer, NerdWallet | Jan 16, 2023

Bills for holiday shopping and other end-of-year spending often come due in January, and this year, rising interest rates make debt increasingly expensive.

IRS Announces Jan. 23 Start Date for Tax Filing Season

IRS Announces Jan. 23 Start Date for Tax Filing Season

FINANCE | By Fatima Hussein | Jan 16, 2023

The official start date of the 2023 tax filing season is Jan. 23, when the IRS will begin accepting and processing 2022 returns, the agency announced Thursday.

Maine Gets 1st Mega Millions Jackpot with $1.35B Grand Prize

Maine Gets 1st Mega Millions Jackpot with $1.35B Grand Prize

FINANCE | By Brian P.D. Hannon | Jan 16, 2023

Maine scored its first Mega Millions jackpot when a ticket purchased in the state matched the winning numbers for the lottery's estimated $1.35 billion grand prize.

How Pay Transparency May Affect Your Job Search or Raise

How Pay Transparency May Affect Your Job Search or Raise

FINANCE | By Hal M. Bundrick | Jan 12, 2023

Knowing if you're being paid fairly for the work you do is a mystery shrouded in a lack of information. That may be changing, though, and pay transparency may be the catalyst.

Mega Millions Swells to $1.1B after 3-month Losing Trend

Mega Millions Swells to $1.1B after 3-month Losing Trend

FINANCE | By Teresa Crawford | Jan 11, 2023

After nearly three months of lottery losing, will someone break the trend Tuesday night and win a $1.1 billion Mega Millions jackpot?

U.S. to Max Out on Debt Soon, Setting Up Political Fight

U.S. to Max Out on Debt Soon, Setting Up Political Fight

FINANCE | By Fatima Hussein and Josh Boak | Jan 11, 2023

The federal government is on track to max out on its $31.4 trillion borrowing authority, starting the clock on an expected standoff between President Joe Biden and the new House Republican majority.

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