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          There’s been a lot of frustration over the past 12 months, but a new study confirms that our sacrifices were worth it — including the old T-shirt that became your first mask.

          COVID-19 vaccines are now being administered to healthcare workers in the U.S. What are your questions about the timeline, the safety or the science?

          When the pandemic-induced eviction moratoriums end, tenants will face a mountain of rent debt. Here’s a look at this emerging problem and what may happen next.

          Did you collect unemployment benefits, create a home office, pick up gig work or pay big medical bills in 2020? Those kinds of changes can have tax implications.

          Another lasting condition has emerged among COVID-19 survivors: overwhelming medical bills that threaten to cripple them financially.

          January is often when people get their budgets in order, and this year experts say it’s especially important because the COVID-19 pandemic has changed so many financial situations.


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