WASHINGTON — In the U.S., the Fourth of July means cookouts with hot dogs and coolers full of beer. It’s a day off to bask in the country’s independence. Tell that to the folks of…
WASHINGTON — It’s hard being a mom. Throw in a career and things can get a little hairy. But some states are more challenging than others for a working mother to get by. Rising costs of…
WASHINGTON — Some states are more appealing to doctors than others because of the cost of living, the wages, the hospital networks and opportunity. However, a recent report showed local states and the District of…
WASHINGTON — When folks get together for the Super Bowl, it’s estimated 1.25 billion chicken wings will be eaten, and that fans will gamble $115 on the game, according to the personal finance social network WalletHub. Other tidbits:…
WASHINGTON — A new report ranked D.C. at the bottom of the list when it comes to the return on investment with police spending. WalletHub calculated how efficiently the 110 most populated U.S. cities spend…
Where students with debt live matters. Statistics suggest they\’re better off in Virginia than in Maryland or D.C., according to WalletHub.com.
Tax systems vary state-by-state, but some are more fair than others, a new report shows.
Retirement is a big decision and moment in someone\’s life. Decided where that retirement should take place can be an even bigger one.
With Independence Day just around the corner, the nation\’s capital was recently ranked in the top 10 cities for citizens looking for a fun time without hurting their wallet.
A study reveals a list of the best states for teen drivers, so parents can take the essential precautions to assure safety for their children.
The District ranked highly on a recent survey of safest states (and D.C.) to live in.
Get ready to pack your bags, grad, and head to Washington, D.C.
that is if you want to be in the best overall place among the
country\’s biggest cities to work and play.
As a new wave of college graduates enters the job market, WalletHub compiled
a list of the best and worst entry-level jobs based on information, such as
starting salaries, industry growth rate, number of job openings and education
Taxes are part of the American experience, but not all states are taxed the same, nor are those taxes used the same.