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Gig workers are eligible for this $1,000 government grant

One of the small-business loan relief programs included in the historic stimulus package Congress passed in March contains a provision that many gig...

Covid-19 could upend plans for older workers who want to retire

Nils Hendrik Mueller | Cultura | Getty ImagesThe economic downturn prompted by the coronavirus has been harsh for many American workers.About 47.2% of...

Refinancing your mortgage can save you money. Here’s how to find...

With mortgage rates at record lows, it's no wonder many Americans are refinancing their homes.Add to that the coronavirus pandemic and the economic...

Should you consider a condo for your college kid amid Covid-19?

When Diane Pearson's sons both attended Robert Morris University, buying a condo for them in the suburb of Pittsburgh made financial sense.Pearson, who...

Here’s an easy, low-cost way to build a retirement plan like...

Saving for retirement can be hard. Planning how to spend that nest egg — while ensuring the money doesn't run out — is harder.But there's...

Upset about racial injustice? Where you bank can make a difference

One analysis found that more than 40% of CDFI's loans and investments are in majority-minority communities.LeoPatriziConsumers can push for racial justice – and...

Road trips are the way to travel more safely this summer

Pandemic first-aid kitYou need seven things, according to Jeff Weinstein, a paramedic and medical operations supervisor for Global Rescue, which provides medical and crisis...

How much a NYU degree costs if you pay cash using...

NYU estimates it will cost students more than $78,000 to attend the school in 2020-2021. That includes tuition, fees, textbooks and room and...

What military veterans need to know as coronavirus continues

Military veterans, like many Americans, are struggling to find work as the coronavirus pandemic stretches on.While vets' June unemployment rate is lower than the...

The unemployment rate is falling. Here’s why the outlook remains grim.

President Donald Trump speaks to journalists in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House July 2, 2020. The president addressed reports...
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