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Photo credit   The U.S. economy has been challenged a lot last year due to inflation. Interest rates were raised several times within that year. Organizations are expected to be cautious in their spending but surprisingly there has been an increase in job hiring as of January this year. There are about 510,000 openings posted which is a 260,000 jump from last December. This brought the unemployment rate down to 3.4 percent, the...
Photo credit   Economy is a little shaky nowadays but this will not stop people from celebrating the holiday season. According to a survey, 42% of Americans are stressing on tracking their spending for all purchases they will make this holiday season ranging from gifts to hosting gatherings.  Here are some tips on how to better manage your budget this season Identify what’s essential this season It...