Oh my gourd! People pay 14.1% more on average for pumpkin products and what you need to know about applying for student loan forgiveness as millions apply

By Andrew Keshner

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Oh my gourd! People pay 14.1% more on average for pumpkin and spice products.

Some retailers are pushing the pumpkin spice markup to the upper limits. Trader Joe’s charges 161.1% more for Pumpkin Spiced Pretzels compared to the traditional variety. Read more

Thousands more pets fall ill after accidentally eating marijuana

The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center reports that it treated more than 6,200 cases of potential marijuana toxicity in 2021 Read More

What You Need To Know About Applying For Student Loan Forgiveness As Millions Apply

Everything you need to understand about applying for student loan forgiveness and the ability to apply what we haven’t answered Read More

Charles Barkley signs life-changing $100 million deal to stay with TNT’s ‘Inside the NBA’

Inside the NBA analyst Charles Barkley has signed a huge new contract to stay with TNT. Read more

How to Avoid Being Scammed When Applying for Student Loan Forgiveness

The application process continues even as lawsuits challenge the Biden administration’s pardon order. Read more

Want to own a piece of country music history? Dolly Parton’s former home is up for grabs

Here is a chance to live in “My Tennessee Mountain Home”. Really. Read more

‘It really has a profound impact’: tenants of these properties have seen prices jump $400 since February 2020

“If you think about what a tenant could do with that $400, it really lowers their expenses,” one economist said. Read more

Stressing about the market only makes it worse

Three things you can do now to reduce stress, improve your finances, and take charge of your life. Read more

-Andrew Keshner


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