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  1. President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, a historic climate measure. Here's how investors can buy funds with an environmental focus.
  2. People who face long waits for service at the Social Security Administration's field offices must also contend with intense heat this summer.
  3. Two weeks before federal student loan payments are set to resume, the Biden administration hasn't said whether or not there will be another extension.
  4. The top colleges for financial aid are private and have sky-high sticker prices, yet their very generous aid packages make them surprisingly affordable.
  5. Inflation or no inflation, a financial checkup is always a good idea. Here are seven steps to take to assess your money health now.
  6. The Inflation Reduction Act will limit insulin co-pays for Medicare patients to $35 per month. Where efforts to provide similar relief to other patients stand.
  7. For a five-year, new-car loan of $45,000, buyers with excellent credit scores generally can save thousands of dollars by qualifying for lower interest rates.
  8. If you’re still waiting on a tax refund, you may be earning interest on your unpaid balance, and the rate jumps to 6% on Oct. 1, according to the IRS.
  9. The U.S. Department of Education announced Tuesday that it would cancel the student loans for 208,000 borrowers who attended ITT Technical Institute.
  10. College administrators should take a page out of corporate America's playbook and make customer service a priority. Our students, after all, are our customers.

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