The average cost of tuition, fees and other expenses at higher education institutions are rising at a much faster rate than inflation, according to a recent study.
About 9 in 10 fully employed borrowers said they are not financially secure enough to resume federal student loan payments in February 2022, according to a new survey.
The Biden administration's trillion-dollar spending plan offers enhanced incentives for EV buyers who purchase a car through a domestic automaker.
Buy now, pay later apps let you break up larger purchases into a short-term repayment schedule. But there are a few things you should know before you use them to finance holiday shopping.
The Biden administration's temporary PSLF waiver will make it easier to have their federal student loans forgiven.
Social Security benefits will increase at their highest rate in 40 years, but the latest inflation numbers are even higher. Next year's increase may not be enough for seniors living on Social Security income.
A new study compared the average student loan debt to median annual earnings for student loan borrowers two years after graduation. See what you can do if you want to avoid delinquency.
The Social Security Administration will be sending out newly redesigned statements that helps Americans better understand and maximize their benefits.
A new study shows that higher education is helping millennials become homeowners, even amid rising student debt.
Do you own or rent a home in an area with elevated flood risk? Here's how to decide if you need to take out a separate flood policy.
The White House recently released a memo about canceling debt for federal student borrowers, but the text was heavily redacted. Here's what one expert thinks that means.
Many consumers are planning on spending more money this holiday shopping season amid supply chain issues. Here's how consumer behavior may change the way you finance holiday expenses.
The Senior Citizens League sent a letter to Congress, urging it to issue a fourth stimulus check of $1,400 to Social Security beneficiaries.
FSA began notifying borrowers of changes to their federal student loan repayment plans. Here's what you should know if your loan servicer is changing.
If no action is taken, Social Security could run out of funds by 2033. Here's why, and what you can do if you need more funds.
The youngest generation of consumers are leading the way in new credit originations, according to TransUnion. Here's how to choose the right credit card company and build better spending habits.
Ohio high school students will be required to pass at least one half-credit course in financial literacy in order to graduate, according to a new law.
Social securities are set to increase at their highest rate in 40 years in 2022, but could be slashed early by 20% or more if Congress doesn't act.
A $50,000 loan can be used for anything from financing a major purchase to funding a home renovation. Here’s how to get one.
A recent survey found that most Americans admit to overspending during the holidays, but gift-giving doesn't have to be a burden on your wallet. Consider these tips to create a budget and earn rewards on your holiday spending.