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U.S. funeral business is in trouble

U.S. funeral business is in trouble

The pandemic has made large, traditional funeral services a thing of the past, at least for now

Cruises are coming back

Cruises are coming back

Preboarding health checks and masks are in, self-serve buffets are out, and ships will stick closer to home

Offices are going to change

Offices are going to change

Employee health checks, an end to open-plan seating arrangements and a surge in car commuting are just some of the ways the world of work will look different after the pandemic

Pandemic wreaks havoc on work-life balance

Pandemic wreaks havoc on work-life balance

Homebound employees in the US are logging three hours more per day on the job than they did before the city and statewide lockdowns

Millennials stung by back-to-back crises

Millennials stung by back-to-back crises

They graduated from college just as the jobs market was gutted by the Great Recession, and now they're enduring a second slowdown

Virus payments may take months, not weeks, to hit bank accounts

Virus payments may take months, not weeks, to hit bank accounts

The Internal Revenue Service doesn't have a centralized, up-to-date list of every household that would allow them to send such payments quickly, former officials say

Upside-down world of negative rates coming for U.S. savers

Upside-down world of negative rates coming for U.S. savers

The scenario has become more likely now that the Fed has slashed rates to close to zero

Americans empty nation’s grocery shelves

Americans empty nation’s grocery shelves

COVID-19 is encouraging people to stock up on food, and they're not limiting themselves to canned goods

Collapse in sovereign bond yields shows a world in crisis mode

Collapse in sovereign bond yields shows a world in crisis mode

The unusually large moves in Treasuries and other government bonds risk stoking alarm in other markets

A man is not a plan

A man is not a plan

A new white paper offers women a guide to financial competency

You’re probably sitting on at least $167 in unused gift cards

You’re probably sitting on at least $167 in unused gift cards

There's more than $20 billion in unredeemed gift cards and store credit floating around the U.S.

What it takes to be in the 1% around the world

What it takes to be in the 1% around the world

From country to country, the composition of the 1% who earn the most varies widely, from prosperous professionals to billionaires who have more wealth than many nations

No one gets rich by shunning new cars or lattes

No one gets rich by shunning new cars or lattes

Warnings about the dangers of a daily cup of coffee show a misunderstanding about the difference between spending and spending beyond your means.

Florida leads U.S. in the migration of money

Florida leads U.S. in the migration of money

Florida racked up a net gain of $16 billion in adjusted gross income from people moving to the Sunshine State in 2018,

How travel will change in 2020

How travel will change in 2020

From high-tech spas to smaller cruises and zero-footprint trips, here are the trends coming next year.