Money News You Can Use.
We believe that knowledge is power, and that’s why we created ‘Money News You Can Use.’ I pick the five best articles I read each month and post them here so you can stay informed of the latest financial news and arm yourself with knowledge when preparing for retirement. I know most people don’t have time to sift through hundreds of articles to find the most relevant and helpful ones, which is why I do it for you!
Inflation affects nearly every aspect of our lives. It affects the groceries we buy, the places we travel to, and the events we attend, and it affects the economy, which in turn affects our financial plans. So how is inflation shaping up in 2023? Will the Fed need to keep increasing interest rates and risk recession? Will everyday items continue to experience price surges? Let’s explore these questions and more.
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MONEY NEWS YOU CAN USE:
The State of Inflation
What's Going on With Egg Prices?
You may have noticed at the grocery store that eggs have seen their prices soar far past other products and commodities in the market. Why is this happening? The answer might surprise you.
Are We in a “Rolling Recession"?
A rolling recession is when different industries or sectors of the economy experience recession at different times. So, what does that mean for the economy and your retirement?
Will the Fed Continue Raising Rates?
While inflation has slowed down, that may not mean the Fed will halt interest rate increases altogether.
Where is the Price of Gas Headed?
Surprisingly, since roughly the turn of the new year, gas prices have fallen significantly. But will they rise again throughout 2023?
An Update on the Housing Market
Some say the correction in home prices is ending, but others disagree. See these projections on 2023 home prices.
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