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Older Adults Are Facing Increasing Medical Debt
Many older people are facing medical debt in the face of inaccurate medical billing.
If You’re a Financially Insecure Older Adult, Start Here for Help
Many older people, many of them Baby Boomers, are struggling to make ends meet. Assistance for debt, groceries, healthcare and more is available.
By Neale Godfrey, Financial Literacy Expert Published
Are Student Loans Being Forgiven or Not?
Student Loans The House and Senate voted to repeal President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, but does it even matter?
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedStudent Loans
Treasury Bills vs Treasury Bonds: There Are Two Big Differences
Treasury bills and bonds are similar, but there are big differences between their maturities and how interest is paid.
By Tom Taulli Published
A Guide to Debt: Good vs. Bad and Tips to Better Manage It
Debt might help or hurt your long-term finances, so be mindful of its use.
By Chad Rixse Published
Could This Be a Sign of a Recession?
With credit card spending on the rise, is a recession on the cards for the U.S.?
By Vaishali Varu Published
How to Prioritize Paying off Student Loans
There are several factors to consider to decide if you should prioritize paying off your student loans.
By Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA Published
How Long it Actually Takes to Pay Off Student Loans
How long does it actually take to pay off student loans? For many, it takes as long as two decades.
By Erin Bendig Published
Tap Home Equity for Retirement Income
If you're looking for extra retirement income, it's worth checking close to home. We look at four ways to use your home equity as a source of regular income.
By Rivan V. Stinson Last updated
Cash In on Your Home Equity
A home equity line of credit or loan can help you fund home renovations or refinance high-rate debt but consider other uses, too.
By Emma Patch Published