Another 2.2 million stimulus checks just came out – and it’s a great reminder to file your taxes, and the former CEO of a social media startup admits to fooling investors into claiming the company had the support of “Shark Tank”

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My sister co-signed our nephew’s student loans for $ 35,000. When he defaulted, she paid them back. Should her parents reimburse her?

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