Many Americans aren't confident that their financial situation will improve in the new year, citing inflation worries as the primary concern.
The nationwide drive to vaccinate 5- to 11-year-olds has ramped up in the last week, according to the White House.
Supply chain disruptions are expected to persist until the middle of 2022.
New research found that families with up to $50,000 in income have saved and invested their monthly child tax credit payments, a distinct difference in spending trends from the summer of 2020.
Several US airlines update their financial forecasts, citing weaker bookings related to the fast-spreading Delta variant of COVID-19.
As of this week, three programs established by the CARES Act have expired, leaving millions of Americans affected.
The United States has come far since the COVID-19 pandemic began, but what does the future hold? In this installment of Advisor Commentary, Marc Bautis addresses leading indicators to better understand the future of the economy.
The life expectancy dropped 18 months, the steepest decline since World War II, according to federal statistics.