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The latest installment of the Netflix reality show presents a worldview in which upward mobility, which is critical to so many Asian Americans, is gauche.
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It can feel so silly to try to save for the distant future in times like this, but everyone tells you to never touch your retirement savings.
From SZA's new album to some underrated HBO and Netflix comedy specials, here is some pop culture stuff to get into.
In the latest offering from the Boss Baby Extended Universe, the Grinch is now a capitalist baby who wants children to pay to be on the good list and makes Santa resign.
The things we wish someone had told us about our bodies.
It was a wild year for cheating of all kinds.
From a quietly immersive directorial debut to Jordan Peele’s latest thriller.
From TikTok trends to songs of the summer — these were the bangers we couldn’t get out of our heads in 2022.
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So. Much. Pressure.
“I Can’t Even Retire If I Wanted To”: People With Student Loan Debt Get Real About Biden’s Plan Being On Hold
“To forgive me for $20,000 is nothing. I’m 61 years old. I have been working. I’ve been paying tax.”
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“Why is it still this hard when we have so much?”
BuzzFeed News wants to know how you’re planning around all this uncertainty with federal student loans.
Inflation was the leading issue for many midterm voters. Any policy solutions, however, would take a long time to have an effect.
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Record housing prices and rapidly rising interest rates have many people questioning the value and viability of homeownership: “We’re just house poor now."
The total cost of homeownership increased by hundreds of thousands of dollars due to rising mortgage rates this year.