Private Finance Each day: The battle to purchase a house throughout the pandemic is actual. Can faculties prescribe COVID-19 vaccines for college kids?

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My mother visited my sister, who did not give her breakfast or lunch. She makes $ 150,000. Should I tell her to feed her guests?

“Side note: I think our success bothers them when it suggests our property investments are doing so well. I've offered to sign a real estate deal with them and the answer is always no. Read more

"We can't compete with all money": The battle to buy a home during COVID-19 is real

"There is evidence that there is still a very strong drive for home ownership." Read more

"When a student comes to an institution, they agree to obey the rules": Can colleges prescribe COVID-19 vaccines for students?

There is no legal precedent for knowing how courts will judge an institution's response to a student or employee who refuses a COVID-19 vaccine in an emergency. Continue reading

IRS: Money you've spent on masks and hand sanitizer is tax deductible – but not everyone can access this tax break

Hand sanitizer sales grew 624% from 2019 to 2020, and some people can deduct this money from their taxable income. Continue reading

"I'm Vaccinated" Merch Gives Etsy Sellers Another Profit Boost

In addition to protecting people from the virus, COVID-19 vaccines give small businesses hit by the pandemic something to celebrate – and another boost in profits. Continue reading

The Fed announces COVID-related assistance for borrowers on disabled student loans that falls short of the relief advocated for by advocates

Lawyers have asked the Biden government to automatically cancel the debts of borrowers eligible for relief under the Disability Relief Program. Continue reading

After an argument with his estranged wife, my partner transferred $ 250,000 to a trust for me. He died a week ago. Can she sue me?

"His wife was vengeful, mean, and petty and refused to pay for an ambulance to the hospice and refused to provide funeral information to the hospice center." Read more

CDC extends national eviction moratorium – tenant officials argue that more help is needed

The moratorium's guidelines have been left largely unchanged, although tenant advocates have argued that gaps in the order put tenants at risk of becoming homeless. Continue reading

Gender equality has taken a step back – how can we get it right?

Women were already facing bigger obstacles – COVID-19 made it worse. Continue reading

My parents died of COVID-19 and left no will. My brother lives rent-free in their house and has borrowed $ 35,000. What now?

"How do we go into the estate administration so we don't lose the house and bank accounts without killing ourselves?" Read more

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