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By Sarah Szczypinski, CNET In addition to its vast human toll, the pandemic has ravaged the financial resources of millions

By Zack Friedman, Forbes Biden may extend student loan relief beyond September 30, but there’s one major dilemma. Here’s what

By Teadra Pugh and Jacquelyn Palmer, Bloomberg Law After the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA 2021) was signed into

By Pamela Foohey, Dalié Jiménez and Christopher K. Odinet, The Hill Relief programs created during the COVID-19 pandemic provided many

By Will Feuer, NY Times Nearly 3.5 million Americans are still on traditional state unemployment benefits even as the number

By Dian Olick, CNBC Record high home price appreciation is sidelining ever more buyers and finally taking the bang out

By Annie Nova, CNBC It’s now been more than a year that borrowers haven’t had to make a payment on

By Lorie Konish, CNBC Rising consumer costs have helped push the latest estimate for next year’s Social Security cost-of-living adjustment

By Ayelet Sheffey, Business Insider As one of his first actions as Education Secretary, Miguel Cardona cancelled student debt for

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