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As part of the settlement, the loan servicing company Navient agreed to pay $95 million for states to offer affected borrowers some reimbursement — roughly $260 each to 350,000 borrowers. Kris Tripplaar/Sipa USA via Reuters hide caption

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Navient reaches a deal to cancel $1.7 billion in student loan debts

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22 tips for 2022: Spend less by choosing what'll bring you lasting joy

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Capital One has become the nation's largest bank to end overdraft fees for all of its customers. Federal regulators are taking a hard look at bank overdraft fees, which hit customers with lower incomes the hardest. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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People hate overdraft fees. Banks are ditching or reducing them

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The Maya Angelou quarter is the first in the American Women Quarters Program, which will feature other prominent women in U.S. history. The other quarters in the series will begin rolling out later this year and through 2025, according to the U.S. Mint. Burwell and Burwell Photography/United States Mint image hide caption

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Cars and trucks are stranded on sections of Interstate 95 Tuesday Jan. 4, 2022, near Quantico, Va. Close to 48 miles of the Interstate was closed due to ice and snow. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Regan Adams at her home in northeast Knoxville. Lynsey Weatherspoon for NPR hide caption

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Home prices are up. For Black families, is selling Grandma's house the right choice?

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Wanda Olson poses for a photo in Villa Rica, Ga., on Dec. 17. When Olson's son-in-law died in March after contracting COVID-19, she and her daughter had to grapple with more than just their sudden grief. They had to come up with money for a cremation. Even without a funeral, the bill came to nearly $2,000, a hefty sum that Olson initially covered. Mike Stewart/AP hide caption

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Americans have gotten raises. But with inflation, is it really a raise?

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Federal rent money finally got to renters, and eviction filings haven't gone up

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How to get ready to repay your student loan when the payment freeze ends

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Nicole Howson and her family stand in front of their new home in Griffin, Ga. Clockwise: Nicole Howson, Israel Epps, Talysa Epps and Latroun Epps. Lynsey Weatherspoon/NPR hide caption

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In a hot market, you can buy a home with cash — even if you don't have a lot of it

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Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., leaves his office after speaking with President Biden about his long-stalled domestic agenda, at the Capitol on Monday. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Biden pledged to forgive $10,000 in student loan debt. Here's what he's done so far

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Flood insurance rates are skyrocketing in inland locations

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