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$3,586,456,000,000: Federal Tax Collections Set Record Through August

The federal government collected a record $3,586,456,000,000 in total taxes through first eleven months of fiscal 2021 (September through August), according to the Monthly Treasury Statement.

Inflation surges as prices spike 5.3 percent, settling at high pace

Inflation continued to surge in August, but appeared to settle at nearly the fastest pace in almost 13 years as the economy continues to emerge from the pandemic, the feds said Tuesday.

Producer prices are still moving up as inflation concerns linger

Producer prices increased by more than expected in August, a reminder that inflation pressures continue to linger in the economy.

Biden unemployment benefits slowed economic recovery

'Often paid better than working'

Economy falls well short of expectations with 235,000 jobs added in August amid delta surge

The economy fell far short of predictions and added just 235,000 new jobs in August as the delta variant of COVID-19 surged.

Deep Blue States Continue to Hold the US Economy Down

Monday’s unemployment numbers show blue states are the leaders in the nation’s unemployment.

Job Openings Jump to Record High 10.1 Million

U.S. employers posted a record number of available jobs in June, data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics showed Monday.

Thanks To Inflation, American Wages Drop By Nearly 2%

According to federal data, the average American’s wage is on the decline due to inflation.

Real Earnings Of Americans Have Declined In Every Month Of Biden Presidency

The real earnings of American workers fell for the fifth consecutive month in May as inflation erased all of the month’s wage gains and more.

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