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Aug 03, 2021

Ikea launching a meatball-scented candle inspired by the chain's signature dish
Ikea is launching the meatball-scented candle as part of its Store in a Box package to celebrate 10 years of its loyalty program.      

USA Today Money
Aug 03, 2021

Ikea is releasing a candle that smells like their beloved Swedish meatballs
Ikea announced it is offering a candle that smells like the chain's iconic Swedish meatball dish as part of a contest.      

USA Today Money
Aug 03, 2021

Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine sold in Blackstone-backed venture
Reese Witherspoon's women-led entertainment group, Hello Sunshine, has been sold to a media company backed by Blackstone.     

USA Today Money
Aug 03, 2021

Should I ask my employer for help if I can't find child care? Ask HR
If you're scrambling to find child care, expand your search to include centers near work, home and locations in between.     

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

Real estate
Relocating over climate ???     

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

Tips to minimize screen time at home with family
USA TODAY consumer news managing editor Michelle Maltais and Common Sense Media executive editor Sierra Filucci share ways to manage your household's attachment to media and electronic devices.      

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

QR code menus, touchless curbside pickup and online waitlists: Which restaurant innovations are here to stay?
We've gotten used to QR codes, curbside and touchless payment at restaurants amid the pandemic. Will these innovations persist?      

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

McDonald's requires masks again for customers and employees in areas with high COVID transmission
McDonald's is requiring customers and workers to wear masks again at U.S. restaurants located in areas with high or substantial transmission of COVID.      

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

Walmart, Target, Lowe's, Kohl's, Publix update mask policies for employees; encourage customers to wear masks
Walmart, Sam's Club and Target will require employees to wear masks in COVID hot spots even if vaccinated. Customers are encouraged to wear them.      

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

After Tesla Megapack battery burst into flames, it took 150 firefighters to put fire out
More than 30 fire trucks and 150 firefighters fought a blaze started by a Tesla Megapack battery near Moorabool, Australia.     

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

Zoom reaches settlement in class-action lawsuit over 'Zoombombings': Do you have money coming?
Zoom has reached an agreement in a class action lawsuit over how it handled user data and reports of "Zoombombings."      

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

401k, IRA: Which retirement plan is right for you?
There are many different retirement savings plans - traditional IRA, Roth IRA, 401k. Here's how to choose the one that will help you reach your goals.      

USA Today Money
Aug 02, 2021

When turning on faucets is a source of stress: Climate change is starting to shape where Americans relocate
Redfin will be adding localized climate risk data to their site later this week, the company told USA Today exclusively.      

USA Today Money
Aug 01, 2021

Your retirement savings could take a hit: What you need to know about taxes
Many investors are so focused on accumulating wealth that they neglect the second part of the equation.      

USA Today Money
Aug 01, 2021

Federal rent moratorium ended: Here's what you need to know
A federal freeze on most evictions enacted last year expired Saturday after President Biden's administration extended the original date by a month.      

USA Today Money
Aug 01, 2021

Retirement: 5 things you need to know about Social Security spousal benefits
Did you know that the higher earner must file for Social Security first or that you may not be able to claim a spousal benefits if you earned more?     

USA Today Money
Aug 01, 2021

Test your finance knowledge and take this quiz.
Investments, interest rates and credit scores. How well do you know ???????      

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Aug 01, 2021

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Jul 31, 2021

"We're out here at risk": Millions behind on rent now face new eviction fears without moratorium extension
Congress was unable to extend the eviction freeze. Plus, USA TODAY Sports' Nancy Armour explains how these unusual Olympics have impacted Simone Biles.      

USA Today Money
Jul 31, 2021

Who really needs an electric car with 500 miles of battery range? Nobody or maybe everyone
Lucid Motors CEO Peter Rawlinson discusses the startup's electric vehicle ambitions, comparisons to Tesla and whether an affordable EV is next.     

USA Today Money
Jul 31, 2021

Child tax credit money isn't just like more stimulus cash: What to know
Some are opting out of receiving monthly payments of the child tax credit to avoid tax headaches next year. Not everyone needs to worry. But many need to understand the risks, too.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Elon Musk wanted to take over as Apple CEO from Tim Cook if Tesla sold to Apple, new book says
When Apple CEO Tim Cook proposed Apple acquire Tesla several years ago, Elon Musk demanded to be CEO of Apple if the deal happened, a new book says.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart, Sam's Club, Publix update mask policies for employees; encourage customers to wear masks
Walmart and Sam's Club will require employees to wear masks in COVID hot spots even if vaccinated. Customers are strongly encouraged to wear them.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

How casinos across the region are rebounding after COVID shuttered their doors
Casinos across the region are breaking new records for revenue as bettors return to slot machines and table games.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Gasoline explained: Where it comes from, why prices change, which states tax it the most
Gas prices and quality differ from city to city and state to state. Here's everything you need to know about how gasoline in the U.S. works.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Raw beef recall: Greater Omaha Packing recalls 295k pounds of raw beef for possible E. coli contamination
Greater Omaha Packing is recalling more than 295,000 pounds of raw beef products because they may be contaminated with E. coli.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Will I be selfish if I reject my children's idea of early inheritance?
When a person expects a large inheritance, they can come to view that windfall as a "get-out-of-jail-free" card, leading to poor financial judgment.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart, Sam's Club bring back mask requirement for employees in COVID hot spots, encourage customers to mask up
Walmart and Sam's Club will again require employees to wear masks regardless of vaccination status in COVID hot spots.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Ford F-150 pickup, Nissan Rogue among car recalls for July 22-29
The government has issued car recalls for July 22 through 29, including Ford F-150 pickups, Nissan Rogue, Chevy Bolt EV, Dodge Charger.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Michigan has serious lack of affordable housing: ending eviction moratorium could make it worse
Michigan has a shortage of affordable units. A federal eviction moratorium may end this month and evicted renters will struggle to find housing.      

USA Today Money
Jul 30, 2021

Ford to reinstate mandatory face masks at Louisville plants amid COVID-19 concerns
Ford Motor, which employs some 12,500 at its two Louisville manufacturing plants, will require all employees to wear face masks at the two factories.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

P&G names Jon Moeller as CEO replacing David Taylor, who becomes executive chairman
Procter & Gamble announced Thursday its chief operating officer, Jon Moeller, will take over as chief executive on Nov. 1.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Biden asks cities and states to send $100 to newly vaccinated, requires federal workers to show proof of vaccination
New federal rules allow state and local governments to use COVID-19 rescue funds on incentivizing vaccinations.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Biden asking cities and states to send $100 payments to newly vaccinated
New federal rules allow state and local governments to use COVID-19 rescue funds on incentivizing vaccinations.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Dog food sold nationwide recalled due to potentially high levels of aflatoxin, a mold byproduct
Pet food maker Sunshine Mills is voluntarily recalling some of its dog food due to "potentially elevated levels" of aflatoxin, a byproduct of mold.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Behind the push to bring 'trash' fish to the dinner table
Along New England's coastline, small boat fishermen are catching an array of fish for which there's barely any market. Why are Americans missing out?      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Flush with COVID-19 stimulus money and boosted by reopenings, the U.S. economy grew sharply in the spring but slower than projected
The economy grew 6.5% in the second quarter as more Americans were vaccinated and states lifted restrictions. But the gain was smaller than projected.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Dish Network adds HBO Max, brings back HBO and Cinemax for TV customers
Dish Network announced Thursday it will add HBO Max to its service, and bring back access to HBO and Cinemax for Dish TV subscribers.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Do I have to go back to work? Delta variant of coronavirus breeds concerns
Amid concerns about the delta variant of the coronavirus, many Americans are waiting to see if their employers will make them go back to the office.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

After huge growth, Robinhood heads to the market
Robinhood is about to take the leap itself into the stock market after introducing millions of people to investing and shaking up the brokerage industry. Less than 8 years since inception, the company has racked up a long list of controversies. (July 29)      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

'They're hitting the pause button': Lumber price roller coaster forces Americans to delay costly renovations
Homeowners are worried about committing to new builds or renovations despite a recent drop in lumber futures as prices remain elevated amid COVID.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Searching for a beach home? These are the top 10 most affordable towns
The top 10 most affordable beach towns were determined based on median home list prices of more than 1,300 towns from May 2020 through April 2021.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Wealthy Americans snap up vacation homes and invest in a change of scenery in a hot market
Home prices rose at a stronger pace in vacation home counties in 2020, increasing by 14% compared to 10% in non vacation home counties.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Worried about foreclosing? New rules aim to give homeowners options to cope with mortgage struggles
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issues new rules to ensure borrowers have time to explore options, like modifying loans and selling homes.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

'I don't care that I'm overpaying': Houses are selling over asking price. Here's how to win a real estate bidding war.
The real estate market continued to break historic records in April, as home prices rose 21% YoY and the median home-sale price soared to $348,500.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Home prices rose by more than 50% in these 10 markets since 2017
If you own a home in the top 10 metro housing markets, it might be worth a lot more than what you paid for, even if you bought it a few years ago.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Rental prices reach the highest level in two years: 'Young adults are setting out on their own again'
Renters appear to be heading back to cities as vaccination rates rise and jobs come back. The median rent hit its highest level in two years in May.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Mortgage rates: Despite low-interest rates, not all homeowners are refinancing. Should you refinance now?
Interest rates are at historic lows but about 14.1 million borrowers are not looking to refinance. Here are tips and strategies to save you money.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Taco Bell is giving away free tacos for a year to 100 rewards members. Here's how to enter the contest.
Taco Bell is celebrating the first year of Taco Bell Rewards with a contest where 100 members will win free tacos for a year and an app upgrade.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Buy a house during COVID-19? The housing market is a tale of two Americas and first-time buyers are struggling
In the housing market, the ability to purchase homes seems proportional to the price range - the higher the range, the greater the sales.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

McDonald's next celebrity collaboration, the Saweetie Meal, launches Aug. 9 at restaurants nationwide
McDonald's is teaming with hip-hop artist Saweetie for its next celebrity menu collaboration. It will be available Aug. 9 and follows the BTS Meal.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Flush with COVID stimulus money and boosted by reopenings, the U.S. economy grew sharply in the spring but slower than projected
The economy grew 6.5% in the second quarter as more Americans were vaccinated and states lifted restrictions. But the gain was smaller than projected.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Car recalls for July 22-29
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued recalls for July 22 through 29, including vehicles...      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Critics say Robinhood more aligned with the wealthy than average investors
Unlike its namesake, the Robinhood stock trading app and retail brokerage is all about nudging unsophisticated investors into risky investments.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Flush with COVID stimulus money and boosted by reopenings, the U.S. economy grew sharply in the spring
The U.S. economy grew 6.5% in the second quarter as more Americans were vaccinated and states and cities lifted business restrictions.     

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

IRS issues new batch of 1.5 million unemployment tax refunds
The IRS is rolling special tax refunds in batches, as it makes adjustments for early filers who paid more than they owed in taxes on jobless benefits.      

USA Today Money
Jul 29, 2021

Watermelon woes in Mississippi: Rotten year for growers as profits shrivel on the vine
One Mississippi grower had to plant seeds four times before they took. Excessive rain washed the seeds away rather than germinating them.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Ron Popeil, infomercial icon known for 'But wait! There's more' catchphrase, dead at 86
Ron Popeil, the television marketer and inventor whose iconic infomercials made him a staple of pop culture, has died. He was 86.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

National Chicken Wing Day: Buffalo Wild Wings, 7-Eleven, Hooters, Thighstop have free wings or deals Thursday
Chicken Wing Day 2021 is July 29. Hooters, Buffalo Wild Wings and more have free wings or chicken wing deals Thursday despite a chicken shortage.     

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Robinhood IPO: Should you invest? Here's what to know.
Robinhood's hotly anticipated IPO is here. Should you invest in the wildly popular online trading platform? Here's what to know.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

COVID shutdown: Twitter closes San Francisco and New York offices as delta coronavirus cases surge
Twitter has closed its San Francisco and New York offices as COVID-19 cases surge from the highly contagious delta coronavirus variant.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Record high rents: Students struggle to find affordable housing in college towns
A new survey released by Realtor.com shows many students are unable to afford rent in college towns.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Apple to require masks in half of its US stores starting Thursday following CDC mask guidelines
Apple will require shoppers to wear masks again at half of its U.S. stores, the company confirmed to USA TODAY. Affected stores are in COVID hotspots.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Do I have to go back to work? Delta variant of COVID breeds concerns
With concerns swirling about the Delta variant of COVID-19, many Americans are waiting to see if their employers will make them go back to the office.     

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Fed says economy 'has made progress' toward goals in step toward cutting bond-buying stimulus but Powell said labor market has "ways to go"
The Fed held Its key interest rate near zero and said economy "has made progress" in sign it may soon start tapering its bond buying stimulus.     

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Hobby Lobby must return rare Dream Tablet bought for $1.6 million, Justice Department orders
Hobby Lobby bought an ancient artifact for $1.6 million in 2014 from Christie's. On Tuesday, the Justice Department ordered the company to return it.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Walmart, the country's largest private employer, to pay 100% of college tuition for employee program
Walmart announced on Tuesday that it will pay for tuition and books at a group of schools for its part-time and full- time associates.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Got a car lease? Your vehicle could be worth thousands of dollars more than expected because of COVID-19
While used car prices are soaring, drivers can turn in their leased vehicles early for no penalty or buy their cars and sell them at a profit.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Starting a business? Check whether you signed a noncompete agreement at your old job
Noncompete agreements can have a chilling effect on new business, keeping people from starting companies out of fear of litigation costs and stress.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Fed says economy "has made progress" toward employment, inflation goals in step toward tapering bond-buying stimulus
The Federal Reserve held Its key interest rate near zero and said economy "has made progress" in a sign it may soon start tapering its bond buying stimulus     

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

COVID-19 pushed Black households deeper into debt than their white peers, new analysis finds
During pandemic, a lack of savings jeopardized the financial stability and economic mobility of some Black households, according to a new analysis     

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Will dress codes relax when we go back to the office? Ask HR
While it's increasingly likely you won't have to wear a suit or tie when you go back to the office, you probably won't be able to wear sweats, either.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Starting a business? Check whether you signed a non-compete agreement at your old job
Non-compete agreements can have a chilling effect on new business, keeping people from starting companies out of fear of litigation costs and stress.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

In the market for a bike? Here's what to look for and how much you can expect to spend
Thinking about buying a bike? Before you head to the store, think about which type of cycling you want to do and learn about proper fit and cost.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Memo to unvaccinated states: Surging COVID-19 isn't a magnet for jobs and investment
States with an unhealthy, at-risk labor force will have more trouble attracting capital in the future than healthy and stable competing states.      

USA Today Money
Jul 28, 2021

Got a car lease? Your vehicle could be worth thousands of dollars more than expected because of COVID
With used car prices soaring, drivers can turn in their leased vehicles early for no penalty or buy their cars and sell them at a profit.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Biden administration to raise Trump-era fuel standards, plan annual mileage increases
Administration officials say fuel economy standards will be restored to Obama-era levels with annual increases.     

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Walmart, the country's largest private employer, to pay 100% of college tuition for employees
Walmart announced on Tuesday that it will pay for tuition and books at a group of schools for its part-time and full- time associates.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Federal officials sell rare Wu-Tang Clan album owned by 'Pharma bro' Martin Shkreli
The U.S. government has sold the copy of "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" it seized from Martin Shkreli, who is in prison for fraud and conspiracy.     

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Will Walmart, Target, Costco and other stores require masks again after CDC releases new mask guidelines?
Will we see a return of mask mandates at the stores? With the delta variant surging, the CDC is recommending that people vaccinated wear masks again.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

IMF forecasts 6% global growth this year
The International Monetary Fund is upgrading its economic outlook this year for the world's wealthy countries as COVID-19 vaccinations help sustain solid rebounds, but the lending agency has downgraded its forecast for poorer countries. (July 27)      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

'Tragedy of today's employment landscape': Gen X workers hit hardest by jobs crisis amid COVID-19
A new survey shows Gen X workers have been hit especially hard by unemployment amid the COVID-19 pandemic. More training is one solution.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Why pickups, SUVs are getting prioritized over passenger cars as chip shortage continues
GM has prioritized pickups and SUVs to get chips as they trickle in, leaving passenger car buyers frustrated as they wait for their new vehicles.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

With post-pandemic customs altering, customers wonder how much to tip
Even as mask mandates and capacity rules ease, tipping during the current staffing crisis continues to generate its fair share of confusion.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Gannett announces exclusive sports betting partnership with Tipico Sportsbook
Five-year agreement will make Tipico the exclusive sports betting and iGaming provider for Gannett, the USA TODAY Network and affiliated properties.     

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Popeyes chicken nuggets are here, plus where to find deals for Chicken Tender Day Tuesday, Wing Day Thursday
Not even the ongoing chicken shortage can stop restaurants from marking National Chicken Tender Day Tuesday and National Chicken Wing Day Thursday.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Haven't received your child tax credit check? Are you sure you want it?
Families have received the first prepayment of the expanded child tax credit. The prepayments could also influence taxes next year.      

USA Today Money
Jul 27, 2021

Planning a vacation: Employees are expected to take more PTO this year, but are businesses ready?
Employees plan to take more time off this year than in 2020, putting pressure on businesses who need to meet their client and staff needs      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

'The tragedy of today's employment landscape': Gen X workers hit hardest by the employment crisis
A new survey shows that Gen X workers have been hit especially hard by the unemployment crisis following COVID-19. More trainings are one solution.      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

PayPal working with Anti-Defamation League on research into funding for extremist groups
ADL said it will collaborate with PayPal on research that explores how extremist or hate movements use financial platforms to fund their activities.     

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

Britney Spears says she won't perform again. Could she really retire on $60 million?
As Britney Spears fights to be freed from her conservatorship, she says she wants to retire. But what would that cost at this stage of her career?      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

Target teacher discount ends Sunday but teachers can also save at Office Depot, Dollar General, Staples
Teachers save 15% at Target on school supplies through July 31. Dollar General, Staples and Office Depot have teacher discounts for a limited time.      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

'I quit': Workers change jobs at a record pace amid burnout, new openings with higher pay
Workers are quitting jobs at a historic pace, typically to take higher-paying positions or fulfill passions.      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

Home sales to foreign buyers drop to the lowest level in a decade amid COVID
A lack of international travel and tourism due to COVID slowed purchases of U.S. homes by foreign buyers. It was the fourth year in a row of declines.      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

Target teacher discount 2021 is here along with savings for educators at Office Depot, Dollar General, Staples
Teachers save 15% at Target on school supplies through July 31. Dollar General, Staples and Office Depot have teacher discounts for a limited time.      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

Cashback app Ibotta giving away free school supplies for back to school at Walmart, Target and more
Get free school supplies at Walmart, Target, Instacart, H-E-B and Shipt through Ibotta for its "Back to School Free for All" program.      

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

PayPal working with Anti-Defamation League on research to cut funding to extremist groups
ADL said it will collaborate with PayPal on research that explores how extremist or hate movements use financial platforms to fund their activities.     

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

For vacant office buildings, research labs may offer a new lease on life during COVID
Demand for scientific lab space has jumped 34% as money and demand for COVID research soar. That boom could mean a new use for empty office buildings.     

USA Today Money
Jul 26, 2021

'I quit': Workers are changing jobs at a record pace amid burnout, new openings with higher pay
Workers are quitting jobs at a historic case, typically to take higher-paying positions or fulfill passions      

USA Today Money
Jul 24, 2021

Crocs claims its 'distinctively quirky design' keeps being copied, sues 21 companies
Crocs Inc. has filed lawsuits against 21 companies, alleging trademark infringement of the foam clogs' "distinctively quirky design."      

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