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The personal finance website WalletHub has issued its ranking of states along with the District of Columbia that have made the best recovery from...
The metro statistical area received a total score of 71.91, placing eighth in “educational attainment” but 146th in “quality of education and attainment gap.”
New York state taxpayers are not receiving a good return on their investment in the state and Connecticut taxpayers are faring only slightly better, according...
"It is critical to ensure people can cover their essential expenses as the nation combats the pandemic," said Urban Institute's Michael Karpman.
Gov. Ned Lamont Lamont took a swing at the federal government’s response to the crisis, saying that “significant cash payments” and two weeks’ paid sick leave for affected workers must be made available. “If the federal government doesn’t get that right, Connecticut will get that right,” he declared.
Doctors have a median base salary of over $193,000 and an average student loan debt of $194,000.
Scarsdale and Bronxville, along with Westport, Connecticut, rank fairly high on a list of communities in which residents are having a comparatively easy time...
The survey reported that, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the national uninsured rate rose in 2018 to 8.5% from 7.9% in 2017 -- the first year there was an increase since the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, took effect.
The new WalletHub survey named Sioux Falls, South Dakota, as the best city for house flipping.
Nearby New Haven ranked second-to-worst behind Bridgeport among 182 cities analyzed by WalletHub.
WalletHub is an online financial service based in Washington, D.C., which is owned by Evolution Finance, Inc. In addition to offering consumers financial tools...
New Jersey had the nation's highest property taxes and Hawaii had the lowest.
Bridgeport and Yonkers were judged the most ethnically diverse cities in Fairfield County and Westchester, respectively.
WalletHub analyzed 184 cities in a 39-item data set ranging from assaults per capita to unemployment rate to road quality.
WalletHub added that the average S&P 100 company paid a 77 percent higher tax rate than the top 1 percent of consumers.
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