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How your gig work income could take a hit with new tax rules for payment apps

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Julio Francisco waits for people to show up wanting a COVID-19 test on January 13, 2022 in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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The Omicron Wave Is Receding. What Happens Now?

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This year's tax filing season will begin on Monday. Most people have until April 18 this year to submit their returns. Patrick Sison/AP hide caption

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The IRS faces backlogs from last year as a new tax filing season begins

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People receive boxes of KN95 face masks during a back to school event offering school supplies, COVID-19 vaccinations, face masks, and other resources for children and their families at the Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA in August. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Student loan payments resume in May. Here are 7 ways to prepare

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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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Understanding the promises and limits of ethical investing

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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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