Money Fear: Navigating Today's Financial Uncertainty
Frink and her husband ticked all the boxes. They trained, worked hard, bought a house, and started a family.
Later, when Frink returned from maternity leave in June, her husband lost her job.
Mortgage, medical bills, and the Frink family, who have her only source of income, have just been laid off from the collapse.
Minneapolis resident Frink said, “This economy is very unstable and unstable. I expect the situation to be
They are now facing a volatile stock market, rising interest rates and stagnant wages not keeping up with soaring prices.
While macroeconomic tailwinds point to a recession, financial turmoil is taking a more severe hit.
"Having a new baby adds more anxiety and worry than you've ever experienced before," Frink said.