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Unemployment fraud in the U.S. has reached dramatic levels during the pandemic — the Labor Department inspector general’s office estimates that more than $63 billion has been paid out improperly through fraud or errors since March 2020.

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Tax season starts Friday. If you worked from home, received a relief payment, took on some gig work or filed for unemployment, these are things you need to know before you file.

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One thing that can be attributed to the pandemic was a surge in online car shopping. This was the year that buying cars, just like buying everything else, went online in a big way.

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Q: I’m in the process of buying my first car (researching, calculating finances) and I wanted to ask what your advice would be as I currently have no credit history. After I buy a car, I’m going to start looking for a home. How do I best establish my credit? Alternatively, are there other options available to me so I can purchase a car or home outright or take out a loan without having a ...

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