Personal Finance Daily: U.S. consumers made a record number of complaints in 2020, and 11 million Americans face an unemployment-benefits ‘cliff’ if lawmakers don’t extend COVID-19 relief programs

Personal Finance Daily: U.S. consumers made a record number of complaints in 2020, and 11 million Americans face an unemployment-benefits ‘cliff’ if lawmakers don’t extend COVID-19 relief programs

2021-03-01 22:45:51

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US consumers filed a record number of complaints in 2020 – this was their biggest complaint

"As consumers faced the economic impact of the pandemic, they faced more and more problems with financial companies."

11 million Americans face a & # 39; cliff & # 39; unemployment benefits if lawmakers do not extend COVID-19 utilities

President Biden's proposed stimulus package would allow handy workers, independent contractors and the self-employed to continue to collect unemployment benefits through September.

How COVID-19 Keeps Kids Away From the Dentist – Especially Kids on Medicaid

Children with oral health problems are more likely to have problems at school and miss school days.

"Asian-American companies face two viruses": Witness racist incidents, many suffer financially during COVID-19

Nearly a quarter of working Asian Americans work in hospitality and recreation, retail or & # 39; other service & # 39; sectors such as personal care.

We started a homeschool pod with another family. After our out of state vacation, they isolated from us and refused to split the nanny costs for 2 weeks. Who is right?

& # 39; I still paid my nanny share in our absence and intended to pay the nanny in full upon our return, although I disagreed with their assessment. & # 39;

My wife has been homeschooling our son and our best friends' son since September because of COVID-19. Is it too late to collect money?

"She spends about 15 to 20 hours on it every week. The two families shared the cost of the curriculum, school supplies, and drawing supplies. & # 39;

My brother owes $ 10,000 in the late father's estate. There is no loan agreement and I am an executor. How do I repay?

& # 39; He feels that if he had paid back this money before Dad died, he would still get half back and therefore owe $ 5,000. & # 39;

Teachers already left the profession because of stress – then COVID-19 struck

About 44% of teachers who voluntarily left during COVID-19 cited the pandemic as the main reason for their departure.

I have nearly $ 600,000 in student debt after earning four college degrees. Can I buy another house?

The coronavirus pandemic has complicated the process mortgage lenders use to take out home loans for people with student debt.

When the market declined last year, my older brother advised me to sell. I lost $ 80,000. How can I ever forgive him?

"It was only going to get worse, he said, and he had 40 years of experience in the market."

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