The federal government is heading toward a shutdown. Here's what that means for Social Security and other services.
Inflation is taking a toll on back-to-school shopping expenses in 2023 as parents struggle with funding their children's education, supplies and extracurriculars, according to a survey.
For the past 11 years, FOX 13 has investigated a state program to fight crime and poverty that enriches theme parks and resorts. The Florida House tried to end this program during the 2023 regular session but could not.
The Social Security cost of living adjustment could increase to 3.2% in response to high inflation. But it’s far from the 2023 record raise and many Americans still struggle to generate retirement income.
The U.S. national debt exceeded $33 trillion on Monday for the first time ever, setting off alarm bells over unprecedented levels of government spending.
Social Security recipients will soon find out the 2024 cost-of-living adjustment.
Tim Gurner, a multi-millionaire CEO of Gurner Group, a real estate company founded in 2013, said at a conference that COVID-19 created a work culture in which employees' attitudes and work ethic deteriorated.
The Powerball jackpot has increased again.
Here is how much you need to make each year to be considered middle class in Florida.
September is National Coupon Month and for savvy shoppers over the decades, the Sunday paper has meant scouring the coupon section and clipping the best savings to use at the stores.
A 7-year-old Arkansas girl celebrating her birthday on a trip to the state's Crater of Diamonds State Park took home a big present after she found a nearly 3-carat diamond.
Behind Jimmy Buffett's laid-back exterior was an admitted workaholic. In 2016, he had a net worth of $550 million.
Gen Z consumers who were living paycheck to paycheck cited nonessential spending as a reason behind their financial hardships.
Although the Biden administration's student loan forgiveness plan was struck down, there are new options that aim to save borrowers money.
U.S. home prices recently faced their sharpest rise since November.
Eligible Americans saving for retirement can continue catch-up contributions on a pretax basis through 2025.
Vacation hotspots across the country saw vacancy rates as high as 20% this summer
The federal government is fining American Airlines $4.1 million for dozens of instances in which passengers were kept on board planes without a chance to exit during long ground delays.
The continued strength of the U.S. economy could require further interest rate increases, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said.
More Gen Z and millennials are saying “I do…not."