Suspension And Extension Of Student Loan Payments

Federal student loan payments have been suspended for more than two years, and discussions about student loan relief for most Americans are fruitless. An official decision has not yet been made on massive student loan assistance, but it is possible that the payment grace period will be extended beyond September. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona testified … Read more

Over 127,000 Civil Servants Have Forgiven Student Loan Debts Are You Next?

Federal student loan payments have been suspended for more than two years due to the pandemic. When borrowers check their student loan accounts and consider resuming payments before the break ends in August. 31 , public service workers such as teachers, nurses, first responders, government employees and firefighters have the opportunity for student loan forgiveness. … Read more

IOS 16’s New Apple Pay Option Lets IPhone Users Buy Now And Pay Later: How It Works

This story is part of WWDC 2022 , CNET’s complete coverage from and about Apple’s annual developers conference. Apple has announced a new free financing feature in Apple Wallet that lets you pay for purchases over time for free. As inflation continues to impact households, “buy now, pay later” services have become a popular payment … Read more

FEMA Grants And SBA Loans: How To Get Government Assistance To Rebuild After Natural Disasters

This story is part of the Cost of Climate Change, a CNET report on the impact of climate change on various financial issues. As climate change brings extreme weather to more parts of the United States, more and more homeowners and residents respond first to natural disasters. If your home or car is flooded, damaged … Read more

Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Introduces Bill To Extend Unemployment Benefits

Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez plans to introduce legislation extending expired federal unemployment benefits for many Americans last week. Under the proposed law, this benefit will be extended until February 1, 2022. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has rolled out expanded unemployment benefits, including a check for $300 a week and assistance for people who wouldn’t … Read more

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