Personal finance

Iryna Imago | Istock | Getty Images Many adult children are “boomeranging” and moving back in with their parents amid high rents and home prices, a new survey from financial services company Thrivent finds. About 40% of parents reported they currently have an adult child living with them. Meanwhile, 25% of parents said an adult
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In this article .VIX Thianchai Sitthikongsak | Moment | Getty Images The stock market’s roller-coaster ride isn’t inspiring confidence in investors. Still, a small portion do plan to take advantage of recent price dips. About 18% of Americans are willing to put more money into stock market investments this year, including retirement accounts, according to
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JGI/Jamie Grill As inflation soars and markets slide, many investors are wondering what’s coming next. Traditional advice dictates that long-term investors — those who are focused on retirement dates further down the road — should stay the course in the markets. But those with shorter time horizons of three- to five-years for a closer goal,
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By nearly every measure, the U.S. economy made a stunning recovery after the coronavirus pandemic spurred mass shutdowns and layoffs nationwide. The labor market has added back millions of jobs and wages have gone up substantially, even among lower-paying positions. But soaring inflation and rapidly rising interest rates have most Americans worried that the good
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