Personal Finance Daily: How to save up to 50% on your grocery bill and reduce food waste and there’s one industry in the June jobs report where wage growth beat inflation


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How to save up to 50% on your grocery bill and reduce food waste

Ever-expanding delivery apps Misfits Market, Imperfect Foods and others divert meat, seafood and produce from the landfill to your fridge at a big savings. Read More

There’s one industry in the June jobs report where wage growth beat inflation — but there’s a catch

The June jobs report showed average hourly pay rising to $32.08. Read More

Weekend reads: What’s going on in your local housing market?

Also, a new call on the bear market for stocks. Read More

One-third of Americans say they can’t afford therapy as U.S. copes with ongoing mental health crisis

Americans are cutting spending on mental health treatment amid 40-year high inflation and rising gas prices. Read More

The 2022 Nissan Kicks is a spacious, fuel-efficient subcompact SUV good for town driving

Among subcompact crossovers, the Kicks looks reasonable against the Honda HR-V, which costs more, but there are highly competitive options from Kia and Hyundai. Read More

The pros and cons of using buy now, pay later for travel expenses

Travel providers have jumped on the trend by partnering with these services to let you fund your vacation in small payments—even after you’ve finished the trip Read More

Celsius Network was a ‘Ponzi scheme,’ company’s former investment manager alleges in lawsuit

Jason Stone, who managed Celsius’ Defi investments, said the company did little to protect customer assets and used deposits to prop up its own coin. Read More

‘Everybody thinks we’re in a recession, except the labor market’: Economists don’t see signs of downturn in jobs data

The latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover data raises the stakes for Friday’s jobs report, said Bledi Taska, chief economist of labor analysis group Lightcast. Read More

‘It just defies logic:’ The IRS audited both ex-FBI director James Comey and former deputy Andrew McCabe. What are the odds?

The IRS said it was ‘ludicrous and untrue to suggest that senior IRS officials somehow targeted specific individuals.’ Read More

Is now a good time to buy a house? Only 20% of Americans say ‘yes’

Americans are growing ‘increasingly frustrated’ with the economy Fannie Mae survey says Read More

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