1 in 3 Americans earning $250,000 or more say they live paycheck to paycheck – are they really? and the winners and losers of Biden’s plan to write off $10,000 in student loan debt

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1 in 3 Americans earning $250,000 or more say they live paycheck to paycheck – are they really?

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Biden is willing to forgive $10,000 in student loans per borrower — what it means for your budget, credit score and tax bill

Last year, median student loan debt was $20,000 to $24,999, according to a Federal Reserve survey. Read more

‘I would like to be married now. I would like to be a dad now. I’d love to have a house now’: The winners and losers of Biden’s plan to forgive $10,000 in student loan debt

Americans with high levels of student loan debt and those with private loans are among those who do not see the cancellation lighten their burden. Read more

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