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Powell's Stark Message: Inflation Fight May Cause Recession

Powell's Stark Message: Inflation Fight May Cause Recession

FINANCE | By Christopher Rugaber | Sep 22, 2022

The Federal Reserve delivered its bluntest reckoning Wednesday of what it will take to finally tame painfully high inflation: Slower growth, higher unemployment and potentially a recession.

As 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Plans Grow, So do Delinquencies

As 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Plans Grow, So do Delinquencies

FINANCE | By Ken Sweet | Sep 14, 2022

Americans have grown fond of "buy now, pay later" services, but the "pay later" part is becoming increasingly difficult for some borrowers.

As Housing Market Cools, Homebuyers Regain Leverage

As Housing Market Cools, Homebuyers Regain Leverage

FINANCE | By Alex Veiga | Sep 9, 2022

Years of soaring home prices and sharply higher mortgage rates remain hurdles for many would-be homebuyers, but new data shows that they're regaining some leverage at the negotiating table.

5 Tips to Make the Search for a New Apartment Easier

5 Tips to Make the Search for a New Apartment Easier

FINANCE | By Adriana Morga | Sep 7, 2022

Finding a new place can be challenging, and skyrocketing rents have made it especially hard this year. But there are things you can do to make the process easier.

Rents are Starting to Come Down, but the Trend May Not Hold

Rents are Starting to Come Down, but the Trend May Not Hold

FINANCE | By Adriana Morga | Sep 7, 2022

Rents are starting to come down after spiking to record levels this past summer, but experts are uncertain if the slowdown will continue.

Some States Could Tax Biden's Student Loan Debt Relief

Some States Could Tax Biden's Student Loan Debt Relief

FINANCE | By Steve Karnowski and Collin Binkley | Sep 6, 2022

President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan could lift crushing debt burdens from millions of borrowers, but the tax man may demand a cut of the relief in some states.

House Panel Calls for Cryptocurrency Fraud Oversight

House Panel Calls for Cryptocurrency Fraud Oversight

FINANCE | By Fatima Hussein | Aug 31, 2022

A House oversight subcommittee asked regulators and industry leaders on Tuesday to explain what they are doing to stop cryptocurrency fraud and other scams perpetrated on consumers.

Student Loan Relief Limited for Many by U.S. Drug War's Legacy

Student Loan Relief Limited for Many by U.S. Drug War's Legacy

FINANCE | By Aaron Morrison | Aug 31, 2022

A generation of Black and Hispanic Americans was disproportionately shut out of one of the keys to Biden's student loan forgiveness plan: The Pell Grant program.

GOP Candidate Suggests Women, Black People, Gays to Blame for Economic Woes

GOP Candidate Suggests Women, Black People, Gays to Blame for Economic Woes

FINANCE | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 30, 2022

Republican senate candidate Blake Masters sent out a tweet suggesting that the nation's economic woes could be pinned on Black people, gays, and women. Twitter had some thoughts.

Fed's Real-Time Payment System Coming as Early as May '23

Fed's Real-Time Payment System Coming as Early as May '23

FINANCE | By Ken Sweet | Aug 30, 2022

The Federal Reserve's new real-time payments system known as FedNow is expected to go live as early as May 2023, a Fed official said Monday.

Student Loan Crisis Awaits New Generation Despite Biden Plan

Student Loan Crisis Awaits New Generation Despite Biden Plan

FINANCE | By Collin Binkley | Aug 26, 2022

For millions, President Biden's student loan cancellation offers a life-changing chance to escape the burden of debt. But it doesn't fix the underlying reason for the crisis: The rising cost of college.

Who Gets Student Loan Forgiveness? Relief Prompts Joy, Angst

Who Gets Student Loan Forgiveness? Relief Prompts Joy, Angst

FINANCE | By Bianca Vazquez Toness | Aug 25, 2022

While $10,000 or even $20,000 doesn't seem like enough for many indebted Americans, it's too much for some student borrowers who see the scheme as an unnecessary burden on taxpayers.

Big Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Announced by Biden

Big Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Announced by Biden

FINANCE | By Seung Min Kim, Chris Megerian, Collin Binkley and Zeke Miller | Aug 24, 2022

President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced his long-awaited plan to deliver on a campaign promise to provide $10,000 in student debt cancellation for millions of Americans.

5 Tips for Creating a Budget to Support Your Financial Goals

5 Tips for Creating a Budget to Support Your Financial Goals

FINANCE | By Adriana Morga | Aug 24, 2022

Whether you want to pay off debt, start a rainy day fund or save for a family trip, budgeting is the first step toward reaching your financial goals.

Student Loan Borrowers Await Biden Plan on Debt Forgiveness

Student Loan Borrowers Await Biden Plan on Debt Forgiveness

FINANCE | By Seung Min Kim, Michael Balsamo, Chris Megerian, and Zeke Miller | Aug 24, 2022

Millions of Americans waited to learn the fate of their federal student debt on Wednesday as President Joe Biden prepared to deliver on his campaign promise to provide up to $10,000 in debt cancellation.

How to Make Money when You Are a Student and Have No Experience

How to Make Money when You Are a Student and Have No Experience

FINANCE | Aug 22, 2022

While you are a student in college, you have to go to classes, study for exams, write essays... However, college life comes with challenges for students, and many of them are struggling with their finances.

Can Someone Track My Bitcoin Address?

Can Someone Track My Bitcoin Address?

FINANCE | Aug 22, 2022

A Bitcoin address is not traceable. However, an individual's identity can connect to specific wallets they own and exchanges they have made.

Is a Bitcoin Transaction Anonymous?

Is a Bitcoin Transaction Anonymous?

FINANCE | Aug 22, 2022

Developers have marketed Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency exchanges as anonymous and private. But how private are crypto transactions?

DC's Pioneering 'Baby Bonds' Plan Aims to Narrow Wealth Gap

DC's Pioneering 'Baby Bonds' Plan Aims to Narrow Wealth Gap

FINANCE | By Ashraf Khalil | Aug 22, 2022

Lawmakers from coast to coast are monitoring the experiment, one that proponents say could reshape America's growing wealth gap in a single generation if instituted on a federal level.

Biden Bill to Help Millions Escape Higher Health Care Costs

Biden Bill to Help Millions Escape Higher Health Care Costs

FINANCE | By Amanda Seitz | Aug 19, 2022

Millions of people will be spared increases in health care costs next year after President Joe Biden signed legislation extending subsidies for those who buy plans through federal and state marketplaces.

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