Schumer renewed calls for President Biden to cancel up to $50,000 in college debt for federal student loan borrowers. Here's what the Education Department has said about loan repayment.
If you were fired for refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19, you may be denied unemployment benefits. But there are several other ways to make ends meet if you've experienced job loss.
The Biden administration announced its plans to overhaul the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, impacting half a million borrowers.
More than 323,000 federal student loan borrowers with a total and permanent disability (TPD) will have their college debt automatically discharged by the end of the year. Read on to see who qualifies, and what you should do with your debt if you're not eligible for a TPD discharge.
Follow these tips to avoid overspending on Prime Day, and learn more about paying down your debt.
More than 36 million American families may be receiving letters from the IRS concerning eligibility for monthly Child Tax Credit payments.
President Joe Biden said the latest jobs report leaves room for optimism. However, economists were disappointed with the latest numbers.
Prices for domestic plane tickets are expected to increase 16% this summer, so it's more important than ever to be mindful when financing your next vacation.
If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments, the Homeowner Assistance Fund could provide the relief you need.
Over 2.6 million homeowners are in mortgage forbearance programs. Here are 6 ways to pay the mortgage and avoid foreclosure.
With government funding running dry on student loan aid, borrowers may have to fend for themselves. Making extra payments can help.
If you don't want to take risks with your retirement savings, consider these three options.
Many services are free, but some important benefits and features may be missing.
You have financial options to stay afloat even if you aren’t getting a stimulus check.
With cash on the way in the form of pandemic-related stimulus checks, many Americans face a tough question – what to do with the money?
COVID-19 has changed the housing market. It might feel like the right time to buy but purchasing a second home in 2021 will be a challenge.
Before you refinance student loans, consider the financial pros and cons.
Considering buying a home this year? Take a look at where home prices may drop or increase in 2021.
Not sure if refinancing is the right move for you? We spoke with three mortgage professionals to learn about the most common scenarios when you might want to refinance your mortgage.
With mortgage rates at historic lows, now is a great time to refinance your mortgage. But is a 30-year or 15-year mortgage the better option? We spoke to three mortgage experts to find out.