GO in the Know: Biden’s Stance on Student Loan Forgiveness & Top Financial News for April 29

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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