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  1. Here's what experts predict will happen if the Supreme Court rules against President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.
  2. Unemployment benefits aren't reaching people in a timely manner despite a low volume of claims. The system is still recovering from the initial pandemic shock.
  3. A group of House Republicans is revisiting the Fair Tax Act, which would replace certain federal taxes with a national sales tax and decentralize the IRS.
  4. Tax season opened Jan. 23. Here are some tips and things to know before filing a return, including ways to get a faster tax refund from the IRS.
  5. Experts, including a former White House Council of Economic Advisers chair, weigh in on where the economy stands and how consumers can brace for what's ahead.
  6. More than 16 million people have been approved for student loan forgiveness, but whether they see the relief will depend on the Supreme Court's decision.
  7. Despite rising U.S. rental prices, competition is easing in some markets as inventory grows, according to a new report.
  8. Even if we're not officially in a recession, people may be experiencing a personal financial downturn due to inflation, one expert says.
  9. With one of Medicare's funding sources facing projected insolvency in 2028, the Republican Study Committee includes program changes in its proposed budget.
  10. If you're expecting a tax refund, it may be smaller than last year's payment, according to the IRS. Here's why.

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