GO in the Know: Biden’s Stance on Student Loan Forgiveness & Top Financial News for April 29
TGIF, and also TGITFAGITK (thank goodness it’s time for another GO in the Know). We’re back with the lowdown on some of the top financial stories of the day. Take a break, catch up, then go enjoy your weekend!
The Big Lead: Student Loan Debt
Federal student loan borrowers will have to wait a little longer to find out how President Biden intends to deal with mounting student debt in the United States. One thing they shouldn’t expect is for him to forgive $50,000 in debt per borrower, as some had hoped.
Business Spotlight: Airbnb
Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky says that employees will now have the possibility to “live and work anywhere.” The move comes against the backdrop of a tight labor market and employers having to find creative ways to attract and retain employees.
That’s Interesting: 4-Day Workweek Reactions
Just as the world adjusted to remote work during COVID, some companies and their workers are now adapting to another new trend: the four-day workweek.
Bonus: Budget Secrets for Fighting Inflation
GOBankingRates spoke to six parents from a wide range of household sizes about their top budget secrets — here’s how these families are fighting inflation.
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