No doubt you’ll be thrilled to learn that we now live and work in a “gig economy.”
Editor’s note: The U.S. economy added a disappointing 38,000 jobs last month, the smallest number in more than five years, according to seasonally adjusted figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The weak numbers suggest a June interest rate hike – which the Federal Reserve had recently hinted is possible – is now off the table. We asked two of our experts to give us their quick takes on the report.
One of the few lending options available to the poor may soon evaporate if a new rule proposed June 2 goes into effect.