What you need to know if you’re in danger of being evicted

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday released a new federal eviction moratorium, just days after the previous ban expired on July 31.The new rules bought more time for some, but not all, of the millions of renters facing eviction. It's also increased confusion for many in danger of losing housing.Those who could be evicted when protections lift should consider what options they have now, in case they aren't covered by the new rules, the current moratorium again lapses without Congressional action or it is overturned in court.More from Invest in You:10 work-from-home jobs that pay six figuresIf you plan to quit, here's what career experts say you should doHas the 4-day workweek's time come? Some predict it will catch on"The worst thing that people can do is ignore [the problem]," said Caleb Kruckenberg, litigation counsel at the New Civil Liberties Alliance, a nonpartisan nonprofit based in Washington, D.C.Here are some things to consider.Make sure you're c
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