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  1. The U.S. is one of the few countries without a national paid leave program. Gaps in worker access to paid leave were exposed during Covid-19, a report finds.
  2. With a recent influx of money pouring into high-yield bonds, financial experts urge caution before piling in. Here's what investors need to know.
  3. Employers are offering signing bonuses at a rate three times higher than pre-pandemic levels. Workers can use their leverage to sweeten the deal.
  4. If you qualify for the rebate, you should either receive a check in the mail by Sept. 30 or a discount on your premium.
  5. Nearly 48 million Americans quit their jobs last year. Now, some are starting to have second thoughts.
  6. Andrew Biggs, who was nominated to the Social Security Advisory Board by President Joe Biden, weighs in on his thoughts on the future of the program.
  7. With inflation running at 40-year highs, 36% of adults in a new survey said they have had to turn to savings to cover their living expenses.
  8. After fighting to repeal the SALT deduction limit, a group of House Democrats say they'll vote for the party's spending package without SALT reform.
  9. Top tips to save on school supplies as back-to-school shopping takes a bigger bite of the budget this year.
  10. The price for major components of vacation travel have declined for two consecutive months, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's Consumer Price Index.

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