The number of millionaires will almost double worldwide by 2026 and the US economy loses billions of dollars a year due to the sharp drop in refugee admissions

Officials are pushing for deeper scrutiny of racial bias in the home appraisal process, and earnings from JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo show the good, the bad and the ugly of people’s finances.

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Earnings from JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo show the good, the bad, and the ugly of people’s finances. So how are they holding up?

The bank results come a day after December inflation data showed further signs of easing. read more

The stock market will be watching these earnings numbers. Here’s why it’s important to your portfolio.

Plus: competition in the EV space, meme stocks, inflation, retirement planning, and crypto coverage. read more

10 travel hacks to overcome airline chaos

Just when it seemed like travel nightmares were so 2022, the Federal Aviation Administration shut down air traffic for several hours this week. read more

Still need a Mega Millions ticket? You may be able to buy one with your phone

A total of 27 states now allow some form of online lottery purchases. read more

‘She never has enough money’: I was adopted by a wealthy family, but my biological grandmother says I need to support her financially and buy her a condo

‘My grandmother stayed in my house without paying rent and refused to pay her share of the utilities.’ read more

Usain Bolt is losing millions from his investment portfolio, says his manager

Jamaican firm Stocks and Securities Limited is under investigation after Bolt first noticed inconsistencies in its portfolio this week, according to reports Read more

‘The economic consequences are real’: Officials push for deeper scrutiny of racial bias in home appraisal process

The government is taking steps to make the home appraisal process fairer, after reports and a new documentary series revealed cases of bias and undervaluation. read more

Tesla’s US price cuts mean more models are eligible for the federal EV tax credit

Tesla cut the prices of its most popular electric cars by up to 20%. For US buyers, that means more models qualify for tax incentives that went into effect on January 1 Read more

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