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How to pay down your credit card debt as interest rates jump

Sometimes a life raft can look a lot like a credit card. In an economy that has produced the highest inflation rate since the early 1980s, Americans are struggling to keep up…

Investors flock to green energy funds as Congress passes climate bill

The expansion of renewables comes at a time when concerns about the speed of the planet’s shift away from fossil fuels have been heightened following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Imaginima…

What Democrats’ call for Social Security reform means for benefits

Rep. John Larson, D-Conn., and other lawmakers discuss the Social Security 2100 Act, which would include increased minimum benefits, on Capitol Hill on Oct. 26, 2021. Drew Angerer | Getty…

Most families don’t know when to file FAFSA for college financial aid

A decision from the White House on federal student loan forgiveness could be just days away. Yet current high school students will still struggle with how to pay for college…

Here’s how much cash retirees need to weather a stock market downturn

Luminola | E+ | Getty Images Amid high inflation and rising interest rates, there are fears of a prolonged stock market downturn, and some retirees may be vulnerable without a…