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Student debt relief blocked, potentially hurting Black and Latino families the most 

Marc Ramirez | USA TODAY | Nov 15th, 2022
Category: Education

About 26 million people had already applied for relief, hoping to end years of student loan repayments. Such debt disproportionately affects people of color,

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Why does the Fed raise interest rates? And how do those hikes slow inflation? 

Orlando Mayorquin | USA TODAY | Jul 25th, 2022
Category: Education

Higher interest rates make borrowing more expensive for shoppers and companies, cooling demand with the aim of curbing inflation. The Fed has raised rates five

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The limit for 401(k) contributions will jump nearly 10% in 2023, but it’s not always a good idea to max out your retirement investments 

Beth Pinsker | Yahoo Finance | Oct 24th, 2022
Category: Education

The federal government will allow you to save nearly 10% more for retirement in 2023. But it’s not likely that many will take advantage of the tax break. The

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What is a recession? The economic concept explained and what happens during one. 

Olivia Munson & Paul Davidson | USA TODAY | Oct 11th, 2022
Category: Education

As prices increase and gross domestic product declines, many people worry about a potential economic downturn, also known as a recession. Consumer prices rose

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The bottom 90% in the US saw their debt increase by $300 billion over the last year — the largest annual gain on record. As for the wealthy? Not so much 

Vishesh Raisinghani | Yahoo Finance | Oct 10th, 2022
Category: Education

The wealth gap widened substantially this year. That’s according to recent data published by the U.S. Federal Reserve. The Fed’s analysis of household

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