A recent Bankrate survey found that 64% of millennials are facing regrets after buying a home, with the main factors being financial and physical
The 2021 Pulitzer Prize awards included the USA TODAY Network's IndyStar. The Network's Louisville Courier-Journal was a two-time finalist.
Interest rates are at historic lows but about 14.1 million borrowers are not looking to refinance. Here are tips and strategies to save you money.
Indianapolis Star journalists were part of a collaboration that won the Pulitzer Prize, while Louisville Courier-Journal journalists were finalists.
Americans are starting new businesses in large numbers because of COVID-19. The trend is contributing to widespread worker shortages, economists say.
Cryptocurrencies are coming to retirement plans soon. Should you jump in on the mania? Here's what financial experts say.
ProPublica obtained IRS information showing how billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett pay little in income tax compared to their wealth.
Snagging your favorite Starbucks treat might be more difficult because of shortages involving ingredients such as oat milk, the coffee chain confirmed.
The partnership is meant to address musculoskeletal injuries, among the most common that occur in the workplace.
Cryptocurrencies, the rage for investors, may become even more mainstream for 401(k) retirement accounts, the Wall Street Journal reports
The pandemic, election, social justice movement, insurrection and impeachment have left American workers incensed. Now we're going back to the office.
People of color who are LGBTQ+ say sexual orientation is the biggest driver of discrimination in the workplace, according to a new exclusive study
Long-term unemployment fell sharply in May as more businesses squeezed by labor shortages amid the COVID-19 pandemic hired the chronically jobless.