Americans Seek Urgent Money-Saving Solutions Online as They Face More Economic Hardship

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Americans have become increasingly concerned about saving money, with over 12,800 citizens searching for monthly tips to hold onto their cash. Among them, Oregon is most concerned.  As part of their recent merger with Thrifty Guardian, news outlet Mama Say What?! conducted a study that indicates that money-saving searches are spiking in Oregon as of … Read more

Connecticut Residents Lead the Country in the Search for Higher Income and Alternative Ways to Make Money

As Americans continue to face the threat of rising prices at the gas pump, checkout counter, and mortgage hikes, many are turning to the internet to explore alternative means of making money.  According to a recent study, residents of Connecticut have been increasingly interested in how to make money quickly, with a massive spike in … Read more

South Carolina, Louisiana, and Nevada Residents in Need of Secondary Income Sources During Inflationary Period

With no end to inflation in sight, Americans are taking to the internet to find ways to make extra cash. Residents of South Carolina, Louisiana, and Nevada are leading the hunt.  US citizens searched the web for additional income opportunities over 133k times in the last year. By comparing the 30-day and 12-month total search … Read more

Sharp Decrease in Home-Improvement Sales Could Mean East Coasters Are Freeing Up Cash to Counter Inflation Costs

The high volume of home renovations undertaken during the pandemic may finally have peaked, as Home Depot announces its first drop in sales in years.  This dip, paired with the findings of a recent study on home improvement investments across America, may indicate that folks on the East Coast, in particular, are stepping back from … Read more

Californians Devote Largest Portion of Income to Housing Costs, but Relief Is on the Horizon

California homeowners may feel the sting of sustained inflation as they continue to spend the most significant percentage of their income on homeownership costs.  The latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) released on August 10 demonstrates the massive imbalance of contributors to last month’s inflation – shelter costs being by and far the most significant factor … Read more

Investment Confidence in Gold on the Rise Amidst Continued Inflation

Where to sock away your money when inflation is at its peak? The goods are in gold, according to recent research.  A new study by Retirement Living reveals that as Americans grapple with the impacts of inflation on their traditional investments like stocks, bonds, and 401ks, they’re beginning to turn their mind to precious metals … Read more

Record-Breaking Interest in Home Equity Line of Credits Among Americans Indicate Rising Fear of Recession

A recent study released by RubyHome indicates that Americans are searching the internet for the term HELOC, short for Home Equity Line of Credit, at the highest rate in internet history. This new data comes off the tail of U.S. housing mortgage rates rising dramatically and the latest announcement by the Federal Reserve approving another … Read more

30 Qualities Men Think Women Love That Are Actually Huge Turn-Offs – From Mind Games to Blatant Sexism

Ladies, have you ever found yourself on a date with a guy with all the qualities you’re supposed to want, but something feels off? Chances are, he’s fallen victim to the false belief that these certain traits make him irresistible to women. But let’s be honest. Ladies, you know that these so-called irresistible qualities are … Read more

Administrative Errors Responsible for 1 in 4 Americans’ Low Credit Reports

After surprising news exposing a prominent banking institution for charging fake fees earlier this month, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is in the news again. Still, this time, their data is showcasing a significant gap in credit report accuracy. According to a recent study by FCRA by Fair Credit, one-quarter of all credit reports … Read more

Biden Blocked Student Loan ‘Forgiveness Bill’ – Massive Impact on States With Highest Student Loan Debts

Despite President Biden’s recent loan forgiveness announcement of $40 billion in relief, the Supreme Court’s rejection of his larger proposed bill reflecting a forgiveness plan of $400 billion will hit states with the highest average student debt rates hardest.  According to a recent study conducted by CreditDonkey, the state of Maryland has the country’s highest … Read more

End of April Sees Massive Spike in Tax Relief Searches

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Americans are looking for a solution to their debt problems this tax season, with a spike of 566 percent in search volume for the term “IRS Fresh Start Program” in late April. According to a study by Ideal Tax, Google Trends reports showing a massive spike in American searches for the “IRS Fresh Start Program … Read more

10 of the Best Apps That Pay You Money in 2023

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Are you interested in generating additional income? Perhaps you’re ready to start building your portfolio or simply looking for a way to earn additional cash with your daily purchases.  If so, this list of 10 financial apps is for you.  These days, robo-advisors and automated investment platforms are popping up everywhere. AI bill negotiators and … Read more