Personal finance

People line up outside a newly reopened career center for in-person appointments in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., April 15, 2021. Amira Karaoud | Reuters There’s good news for some who claimed unemployment benefits in 2020. The IRS is sending another 1.5 million refunds to people who were taxed on unemployment income last year before a portion
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Fly View Productions | E+ | Getty Images If you don’t have health insurance, you have a few weeks left to sign up for for low- or no-cost private coverage through the public marketplace. A special enrollment period that opened Feb. 15 and closes Aug. 15 allows individuals to use healthcare.gov (or their state’s exchange)
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andresr | E+ | Getty Images Millions of Americans are feeling a financial boost from federal stimulus checks and monthly child tax credit payments. Those direct checks were made possible by tax credits that were created or expanded through legislation aimed at helping the U.S. economy bounce back from Covid-19. And as Americans get used
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When it comes to getting into investing, keeping it simple is key, according to investing legend Charles Ellis. In fact, he equates it to parenting teenage children. “Every parent of teenage children realizes at some point or another, less is better,” Ellis told CNBC contributor Jenny Harrington in an interview for CNBC Pro. (Harrington is
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A job seeker fills out an application form during a restaurant and hospitality career fair in Torrance, California, on June 23, 2021. Eric Thayer/Bloomberg via Getty Images State withdrawals from pandemic-era unemployment programs aren’t speeding up the job recovery, according to a new analysis. Twenty-five states have ended their participation in at least some of
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