Personal Finance

Unemployment applications are seen as City of Hialeah employees hand them out to people in front of the John F. Kennedy Library on April 08, 2020 in Hialeah, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Workers asked to repay unemployment benefits issued during the Covid pandemic may be getting a refund. However, it may take states up to
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FatCamera | E+ | Getty Images A temporary federal policy aimed at making health insurance more affordable for tens of millions of Americans could become permanent. Under President Joe Biden’s $1.8 trillion plan to help families and children, which he will propose to Congress on Wednesday night, he would permanently extend recently expanded premium subsidies
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President Joe Biden speaks in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Leigh Vogel | Bloomberg | Getty Images President Joe Biden will formally unveil his new tax plan during his first presidential address on Wednesday that includes a key campaign promise — no one making $400,000 or less
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FatCamera Retirees concerned about inflation eroding the value of their money may want to consider hedging against the possibility. Treasury inflation-protected securities, or TIPS, could be an appropriate option.  Like typical Treasury bonds, TIPS are issued and backed by the U.S. government. However, they operate a bit differently. And depending on how you use them,
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The coronavirus crisis has put college affordability into focus like never before. This year, because of the pandemic, the price of higher education is an even bigger consideration among students and parents. However, at the same time, the cost a four-year college or university has never been higher. Tuition and fees, alone, reached $10,560 for in-state students at four-year
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