More than two-thirds of Americans do not have a will and estate plan, potentially creating confusion for heirs.
According to a new report, the United States Congress has created a situation where unemployment benefits pay better than working for most people.
Two economists argue that people who believe the economy will turn around quickly have more incentive to quarantine.
As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread in the United States, nearly 1.5 million workers filed unemployment claims over the past week.
More than 45 million claims have been filed in the three months since state and local governments started restrictions that closed businesses deemed nonessential.
(The Center Square) - Despite an economic recession and record unemployment in the U.S. due to the coronavirus shutdown implemented by state executive orders, the share of mortgages that transitioned from current to 30 days past due increased to only 1 percent in March, below the 20-year average of 1.3 percent, according to a new report published by CoreLogic.
Over the past three months, 43 million unemployment claims have been filed in the United States as businesses closed to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
After the largest credit card debt paydown in more than 30 years, the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has interrupted a potential record year of repayments.
Financial hardship from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic with echo for years in American's digital profiles.
New unemployment claims in the United States fell below two million for the first time since March.