1. The Daily Money: How to save on taxes while investing in your health care and education

    If you have medical and educational expenses, you might be able to get a deduction or credit for some of them to save on your taxes. By Medora Lee, USA TODAY Good morning. This is Medora Lee with your Daily Money, Sunday Tax Edition. On Sundays between now and April 15, we'll walk y
  2. The Daily Money: America's top 1% earners control more wealth than the entire middle class

    The top 1% holds $38.7 trillion in wealth. That’s more than the combined wealth of America’s middle class by income. By Swapna Venugopal Ramaswamy, USA TODAY Happy Hump Day, The Daily Money readers! This is Swapna Venugopal Ramaswamy bringing you today's top headlines. Thirty years
  3. The Daily Money: Disconnect between current rents and shelter inflation data

    By Swapna Venugopal Ramaswamy, USA TODAY Happy Hump Day, dear The Daily Money readers. If you breathed a sigh of relief at the news of recent rent price drops, you might have been surprised by yesterday’s CPI report numbers on the increasing cost of shelter as the biggest contribut
  4. The Daily Money: May jobs market report gives mixed messages about recession

    By Amritpal Kaur Sandhu-Longoria, USA TODAY Good morning, this is Amritpal Kaur Sandhu-Longoria with your Daily Money headlines. If you're happy and you know it, then have a Happy Monday. Is a recession happening or not? Well, employers added 339,000 new jobs in May, according to t
  5. Target faces criticism over decision to remove LGBTQ items

    By: Paul Davidson, USA TODAY LGBTQ groups condemned Target’s recent decision to remove or relocate items celebrating the LGBTQ community following a conservative backlash. Community Marketing & Insights, an LGBTQ market research firm, found that seven in 10 LGBTQ+ adults are more l