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Debit Cards vs Charge Cards
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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.
By Elaine Silvestrini Published
$39 Billion in Federal Student Loans Will Now Be Forgiven
The federal student loan payment pause is coming to an end - and the Supreme Court struck down President Joe Biden's debt relief plan.
By Erin Bendig Published
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
Buried Under Medical Debt? The Government Wants to Know
Healthcare Three federal agencies are seeking public input on specialty medical payment schemes.
By Esther D’Amico PublishedHealthcare
Credit or debit? Cash? Consumers have many options, so it's best to understand the pros and cons of all three.
credit & debt Credit or debit? Cash? Each payment method has pros and cons. Your best bet is to use a combination that meets your own needs.
By Ellen Kennedy Publishedcredit & debt
Bank of America Fined Over Junk Fees, Fake Accounts. Customers Get $100M Payout
Bank of America was ordered to pay more than $100 million to customers for 'double-dipping' junk fees and denying rewards bonuses.
By Esther D’Amico Published
Consumer Credit Growth Slows as Lending Standards Tighten: Kiplinger Economic Forecasts
Economic Forecasts Consumer credit growth is slowing due to high interest rates and banks implementing tighter lending terms on credit cards.
By Rodrigo Sermeño PublishedEconomic Forecasts
How Three New Supreme Court Rulings Impact Your Money
Supreme Court New U.S. Supreme Court decisions could directly impact your bank account privacy, student loan payments, home equity, and property taxes. Here’s what you need to know.
By Kelley R. Taylor PublishedSupreme Court
Student Loan Forgiveness: What You Need to Know
Student Loans Millions of people with student loans will not receive Biden's student loan forgiveness due to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedStudent Loans