Inflation fell further in May but remained above normal levels
Consumer prices are still stubbornly high
Get ready for more price hikes
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There is a widening spending gap between retirees and young adults
BOM – Michelle Singletary’s Best in Personal Finance
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Protect your life from stagnation: The tsunami of economic news has consumers, investors, and potential homeowners alike wondering if a recession is inevitable. No matter the answer, there is Practical steps you can take to help protect yourself from the worst case scenario.
credit card debt: Carrying credit card debt is never good and you should kick the habit. Here are seven ways to reduce your credit card debt in light of the Federal Reserve’s continued interest rate hike.
Money moves for life: For a comprehensive overview of Michelle’s timeless financial advice, see Michelle’s Singletary Financial Milestones. The interactive package offers guidance for every stage of life, whether you’re just starting out in your career to living a life of abundance in retirement.
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