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ARMs in Focus: Rising Interest Rates and the Surge of Adjustable-Rate Mortgages

ARMs in Focus: Rising Interest Rates and the Surge of Adjustable-Rate Mortgages

As interest rates rise, the popularity of adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) is also rising. Learn how ARMs work, their risks, and why you might choose an ARM over a fixed-rate mortgage.
Eight Essential Money Tips for New Grads

Eight Essential Money Tips for New Grads

Graduation is exciting, but it also means taking control of your finances. Learn how to manage your money like a pro with these eight tips for new grads.
Troubled Waters in the Commercial Real Estate Market?

Troubled Waters in the Commercial Real Estate Market?

Are we headed for a commercial real estate crisis? This article delves into the factors impacting the market and offers insights on how to navigate the uncertainty.
From Surviving to Thriving: The Benefits of Digital Transformation

From Surviving to Thriving: The Benefits of Digital Transformation

Discover the benefits of digital transformation for businesses, including enhanced operational efficiency, real-time insights, and a competitive advantage in today's evolving market.
Mistakes To Avoid When Setting Growth Goals

Mistakes To Avoid When Setting Growth Goals

Discover the common mistakes made when setting growth goals and how to avoid them. Learn how to create a clear and achievable plan to take your business to the next level.
Strong economic data signals another rate hike in July

Strong economic data signals another rate hike in July

A series of economic reports released on Thursday showed a much more resilient economy than expected heading into a crucial period when the Federal Reserve is on the verge of hiking interest rates again.
Spending and inflation cool in May

Spending and inflation cool in May

Inflation continued to decelerate in May as the Federal Reserve's key pricing metric—the personal consumption expenditures index—grew by only 3.8%
U.S. economy was a lot stronger in first quarter, final GDP estimate shows

U.S. economy was a lot stronger in first quarter, final GDP estimate shows

The third and final estimate of gross domestic product showed a drastic upward revision to a 2.0% gain from 1.3% on a quarterly and annualized basis.
Business equipment spending rises for the second straight month

Business equipment spending rises for the second straight month

Despite May's top-line upside surprises in the durable goods report, our forecast for GDP growth in the second quarter stays at 1.8%.
Is the economy headed for a recession? Jobless claims are saying yes.

Is the economy headed for a recession? Jobless claims are saying yes.

Despite the labor market's resilience and persistently low claims compared to historical norms, the steady increases in claims since late last year are ringing alarm bells.
Common risks and opportunities audit committees should consider

Common risks and opportunities audit committees should consider

These key risks and opportunities can help your audit committee see the power and potential of internal audit.
Fed pauses rate hikes while signaling a tightening bias

Fed pauses rate hikes while signaling a tightening bias

The Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday kept its policy rate in a range between 5% and 5.25% while signaling that it will most likely hike the federal funds rate by 25 basis points at least twice before the end of the year.
Inflation relief in the pipeline as food, gas and service prices ease

Inflation relief in the pipeline as food, gas and service prices ease

Top-line U.S. inflation is moving back toward levels where it is appropriate for the Federal Reserve to pause in its efforts to restore price stability.
New guidance from IRS on correction of errors in qualified retirement plans

New guidance from IRS on correction of errors in qualified retirement plans

The IRS released Notice 2023-43 to provide interim guidance on plan correction changes under SECURE 2.0 until Rev. Proc. 2021-30 (EPCRS) is updated.
6 questions you need to ask about internal audit outsourcing

6 questions you need to ask about internal audit outsourcing

Faced with labor shortages and an unsteady economy, more organizations that used to perform internal audit functions in-house are turning to outsourcing.