Welcome to LastRecession.com! It's been quite a while since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) ended, and many people have trouble recalling the exact date. According to the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), the recession concluded in June 2009. That's so far back that around 60.5 million U.S. citizens hadn't even been born yet! We understand that you're busy and have more pressing matters to focus on, so we've developed a tool to simplify things for you. LastRecession.com is your premier online destination for the most accurate and up-to-date recession count-up clock.

In addition to tracking the time since the last recession, we're here to help you keep an eye on the next one. Our indicators page is tailored just for you, so click this link to check it out. We refresh this page daily, ensuring you stay informed on the latest happenings in the U.S. economy.

Our goal is to not only keep you informed but also educated about recessions. We've included a table featuring NBER dates and corresponding links to relevant webpages for your convenience.

Moreover, we're currently developing a daily economic update powered by our artificially intelligent economist. It's a work in progress as we fine-tune its grammar and understanding of the days of the week, so kindly bear with us.

If you enjoy our site, don't hesitate to link, blog, or tweet about it. Remember to visit regularly, as we update our data every morning to prepare you for the day ahead.