Archive for January, 2019

We’re More Likely to Die from Accidental Opioid Overdose Than Motor Vehicle Crash, According to National Safety Council Data

We’re More Likely to Die from Accidental Opioid Overdose Than Motor Vehicle Crash, According to National Safety Council Data

For the first time in U.S. history, a person is more likely to die from an accidental opioid overdose than from a motor vehicle crash, according to National Safety Council analysis. The odds of dying accidentally from an opioid overdose have risen to one in 96, eclipsing the odds of dying in a motor vehicle crash […]

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First-Time Buyers Earn $30,000 More Than Their Peers Who Didn’t Buy a Home, Zillow Finds

First-Time Buyers Earn $30,000 More Than Their Peers Who Didn’t Buy a Home, Zillow Finds

For buyers entering the housing market for the first time, the median household income isn’t enough, according to a new RealEstate.com report. The median income for a first-time buyer is $72,500, compared with the national median household income of $60,700. The difference in income for first-time buyers is more pronounced when compared with their peers who didn’t […]

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Default Rates Rise for All Loan Types in December 2018, According to S&P/Experian

Default Rates Rise for All Loan Types in December 2018, According to S&P/Experian

Consumer credit defaults rose across the board in December, according to new S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian released last week. These indices represent a comprehensive measure of changes in consumer credit defaults and show that the composite rate rose six basis points from last month to 0.89%. The bank card default rate rose 25 […]

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Nearly 1 in 3 Americans Think “Bigfoot” Being Real is More Likely than Retiring Comfortably

Nearly 1 in 3 Americans Think “Bigfoot” Being Real is More Likely than Retiring Comfortably

Nearly 1 in 3 people approaching retirement age (28%) think they’re more likely to learn Bigfoot is real than to save enough to retire comfortably, according to a recent survey from AARP and the Ad Council. To empower more Americans to take steps to get on track with their savings, AARP and the Ad Council […]

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Small Businesses in These States Will Be Hurt the Most by the Government Shutdown

Small Businesses in These States Will Be Hurt the Most by the Government Shutdown

Small businesses in California, Texas, New York, Florida and Ohio will be hurt the most by the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, according to a study from personal finance website ValuePenguin.com. The government shutdown has put a hold on all Small Business Administration (SBA) activities, including the processing of SBA 7(a) loans, a key source of funding for thousands of small […]

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Lots of People Are Using Food Delivery Apps

Lots of People Are Using Food Delivery Apps

There has been a huge proliferation of food delivery apps in recent years. Ever wonder how many people are using them? Here is some data from marketing agency Zion & Zion: Restaurant food delivery services like Grubhub, UberEATS, DoorDash, and Postmates are transforming the way people get their meals from an enormous number of restaurants […]

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Higher Interest Rates Won’t Stop First-Time Home Buyers, According to Zillow

Higher Interest Rates Won’t Stop First-Time Home Buyers, According to Zillow

Home values have become more sensitive to changing mortgage interest rates as rates climb back toward historic norms. Years of rates near historic lows have kept monthly payments manageable even as home values were rapidly rising. That’s according to the most recent Zillow Home Price Expectations Survey. The quarterly survey, sponsored by Zillow and conducted by Pulsenomics […]

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Most Workers Consider Health and Wellness Offerings When Choosing a Job

Most Workers Consider Health and Wellness Offerings When Choosing a Job

Workers are looking to their employers for some help in meeting their health and wellness goals, new research from staffing firm OfficeTeam suggests. Seventy-three percent of professionals surveyed said a company’s health and wellness offerings influence their decision to work there. Employees place the greatest weight on wellness incentives that reward healthy behavior (26 percent) […]

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