While most states rely heavily on three sources of taxes, many of the lowest-tax states for residents generate tax revenue in ways that do not financially burden those residents in a direct way.
With air travel still suppressed in the wake of COVID-19, those making holiday travel plans will likely be traveling by car. Increased road travel raises the risk for accidents and road fatalities, making holidays a particularly dangerous time to travel.
While working from home has its benefits for certain individuals, it can be hard for parents—especially mothers—to work from home while juggling family responsibilities.
Household size in the U.S. is inching up for the first-time in over a century due to lower housing inventory and skyrocketing rents.
Despite many physically demanding jobs being essential, research suggests it may become increasingly difficult to hire for these roles.
For decades, metropolitan areas throughout the U.S. have invested in high-density housing—building more apartment buildings, condos, and other multi-unit complexes.
Homeownership is becoming less and less attainable due to rising home prices. But while the cost of homeownership is high, renters often face an even heavier financial burden.
Since the first major outbreak in March 2020, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have continued to unfold. One emerging trend is a drop in rent prices in select major metropolitan areas.
As winter approaches, drivers in many states likely will face hazardous road conditions due to snow and ice. These 15 states present the most …