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June job numbers helped investors end the Independence Day week on a positive note, even as COVID-19 cases continue to climb.
Federal student loan interest rates hit record lows on July 1. But those rates are still higher than what some private lenders are offering. M…
The stock market may be volatile right now, but that shouldn't be cause for concern.
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Three dates with financial implications for anyone who's on unemployment are fast approaching.
The first date has already occurred and the news it brought doesn't bode well for the potential for more COVID-19 money.
The jobless rate was lower in June than it was in both April and May, but it's still too high for comfort.
It's not surprising news -- but it's also not encouraging, especially as PPP funding for small businesses runs out.
As a 58-year-old woman on disability, Robin Short of Wallingford, Connecticut, relies on her tax refund to catch up on bills. She filed her re…
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Not everyone is eligible for the forgivable loan program, but small businesses may have other resources to tap.
Another downturn may be coming, and it could be worse than what we saw in March.
The IRS has confirmed that it's sticking with the July 15 deadline, and that could benefit tax-filers.
Don't fall for these common myths.
Some laid-off workers may be in for a financial shock when their enhanced jobless benefits expire sooner than anticipated.
Taxes are going to look different for a lot of people this year.
A second wave could mean another stock market crash. Here's how to prepare.