The little-known student loan middlemen who are threatening debt forgiveness and how the crypto world keeps melting down as the FTX scandal unfolds

The little-known student loan middlemen who are threatening debt forgiveness and how the crypto world keeps melting down as the FTX scandal unfolds

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Public servants to have $24 billion in student debt canceled

The Department of Education approved PSLF applications for 360,000 borrowers after years of complaints about the program Read More

How the crypto world keeps melting down as the FTX scandal unfolds

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Do your relative pick fights on climate change? Push back with investment tips, says Morningstar panel

Morningstar tackled sensitive holiday table talk and how people who care about climate change and social issues might engage with relatives who appear not to. Read More

The national median rent fell below $2,000 for the first time in 6 months. But it’s still up 25% from before the pandemic.

The median monthly rent hit $1,983 in October, a 0.97% decline from the month prior, according to Rent.com. Read More

‘I am questioning the purchase for a few reasons’: My landlord wants to sell me my home for $30,000 below the listing price. What should I do?

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Gisele Bundchen Splashes Out $11.5M for a Pad Across From Tom Brady’s Mansion

Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen recently closed on an $11.5 million luxury home in Surfside, FL, that is located just across the water from Tom Brady’s Indian Creek Island megamansion. Read More

The little-known student loan middlemen who are threatening debt forgiveness

For decades, entities earned money from the federal student-loan system. Now, they are at the center of legal efforts to stop Biden’s cancellation plans. Read More

‘Free Tesla offer with this home and Granny.’ New Zealand real-estate agent fights for buyers in a tough market.

Facing the biggest house price declines in 30 years, a real-estate agent in Auckland, New Zealand decided to get creative when it came to a spacious five-bedroom house that wouldn’t budget. Read More

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