Some consumer tips to help avoid excessive fees or potential fraud when using paid tax preparers, according to the Justice Department, Internal Revenue Service and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Continue Reading →
Starting Sunday, you’ll pay more — 49 cents. The planned 3-cent hike is the largest increase in consumer postage prices in more than a decade for the U.S. Postal Service. Continue Reading →
As the Official Payment Services Provider of New York Road Runners, Mastercard today announced the launch of the “50 Years and Running” campaign in support of the TCS New York Continue Reading →
Nothing lasts forever. After offering its Prime members free delivery from Whole Foods for nearly three years, Amazon has decided that Whole Foods customers should pay for their delivery after all. Follow Continue Reading →
The nation’s housing market is still hot, but it has cooled a little since 2020’s meteoric rise. A new report from real estate marketplace Zillow underscores the changes from 12 Continue Reading →
Luxury, they say, is not inherent in the tangibles themselves but the feel-good nature of acquiring them. Follow Harlem World Magazine on Youtube and Instagram.
Kansas City’s high demand, record-low interest rates, and shrinking inventory make things difficult for first-time buyers trying to buy a home in the Kansas City metro area. Follow Harlem World Continue Reading →