The Department of Education has issued another round of student debt forgiveness as part of the closed school discharge program. See if you qualify for a loan discharge, and learn about your alternative loan repayment programs.
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.
Biden's Education Department recently rolled back Trump-era regulations that limited the authority of the states to oversee borrower protections for federal student loans. See how your loans may be impacted.
Fannie Mae's low-income refinance program is now available to more homeowners after the lender expanded the program to include those who skipped payments due to COVID-19 forbearance.
Refinancing your mortgage could still make sense, even as interest rates gradually rise.
If you want to aggressively tackle your debt, you'll need strategies that move the needle.
If you’ve fallen behind on rent, a personal loan can help you catch up. Learn how to find the best rates and repayment terms on your personal loan.
Check out the mortgage rates for March 30, 2021, which are trending up from yesterday.
Car insurance can be expensive but you may be able to reduce your rates. Follow these five steps to make sure you aren't paying too much for car insurance.
Educate yourself and make smart choices to get the best possible interest rate on a personal loan.
You have financial options to stay afloat even if you aren’t getting a stimulus check.
Check out the mortgage rates for March 15, 2021, which are trending up from last Friday.
For millions of Americans who did not receive their second coronavirus stimulus check, there's a quick fix: Claim the missing money when you file your 2020 tax return.
President Biden has proposed relief for student loan borrowers.
For many, debt may not be a top priority with the upcoming stimulus package, but here’s what to consider if it is for you.
President-elect Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness could help many borrowers.
With a new administration rolling into the White House, how will the student loan debt picture change in 2021?
President-elect Joe Biden has outlined a broad plan for reforming federal student loans.
For millions of student loan borrowers who have benefited from payment relief during the coronavirus pandemic, the payments will resume beginning Jan. 1, 2021.
Here are answers to some common questions about personal finance during the coronavirus pandemic.