Personal Finance Daily: Biden administration cancels $500 million of student debt of scammed students and 5 things NOT to buy on Amazon Prime Day


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My brother and his ‘worthless’ sons moved into our mom’s house. How can we inherit her home now?

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Start exercising at this age to save up to $1,874 a year on health care costs in retirement: report

It’s never too late to begin working out — but the sooner you get started, the more it can pay off in the long run Read More

Biden administration cancels $500 million of student debt of scammed students

The 18,000 students attended ITT Technical Institute, a for-profit college that collapsed in 2016. Read More

5 things NOT to buy on Amazon Prime Day

Amazon’s annual Prime Day kicks off on June 21 and ends on June 22. Read More

5 financial lessons from Grammy-winner Brandi Carlile

In her new memoir, ‘Broken Horses,’ Carlile shares some of her hard-won personal finance lessons, and what the rest of us can learn from her experiences. Read More

Your guide to the 2021 Ford Bronco: models, Sasquatch package, pricing and tech

Learn about all of the trim levels, from Big Bend to Badlands, what they cost, the various tech features and other specs of this resurrected off-road classic. Read More

Should we rent out the apartment over our garage in exchange for free housekeeping?

‘We are both in our mid-70s and are unlikely to downsize from our present home, which has three bedrooms and offers single-floor living.’ Read More

MacKenzie Scott has donated nearly $9 billion since her divorce from Jeff Bezos

Scott, worth an estimated $59.7 billion, announced $2.7 billion in donations to ‘historically overlooked’ groups — and asked to be left out of the story. Read More

Maternity Leave vs. Mortgage: Some Lenders Claim Women Can’t Have Both

Denying a mortgage to a woman because she is on or plans to go out on maternity leave is illegal, yet it’s still happening today. Read More

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