Listen to the latest PennyWise podcast: Tips to help you save money before you attend a wedding.
Q: I retired in 2020. My long-term plan was to move to a single-level home. I’ve delayed it due to COVID-19, but hope to make the move this summer.
President Joe Biden highlighted deficit reduction on Wednesday at the White House, noting that the government will pay down the national debt …
WASHINGTON — For student loan activists, last week began with hope as President Joe Biden gave his clearest indication that he was considering canceling federal debt rather than simply allowing borrowers to defer payments during the pandemic.
A new report shows credit card debt has been on the decline. However, could rising interest rates and inflation upend the better money habits …
🎧 Could rising interest rates and inflation upend the better money habits you may have built? Listen now for financial tips!
A OnePoll survey of 2,000 people has found that 13% of young people aged 18-25 don’t know who Nicolas Cage is.
Here’s a look at how credit card usage has changed during the pandemic and how people can protect their credit as personal finances stand to shift again.
Did you know April is Financial Literacy Month? Host Teri Barr is talking with Kimberly Palmer, Personal Finance Expert with NerdWallet, to learn why it's a good time to start caring about your financial health!
Today more than 43 million Americans hold student loans, which altogether total over $1.75 trillion. This mammoth amount of student debt is the result of many factors, including the cost of college rising; state and federal governments reducing funding for higher education financial assistance programs; and stagnant wages.
At the very least, the additional reprieve provides borrowers with more time to plan. But plan for what, exactly?
Many U.S. consumers will soon have their medical debt wiped from their credit reports, the three credit bureaus announced last month.
The Biden administration plans to freeze federal student loan payments through Aug. 31. Payments had been scheduled to resume May 1 after being halted since early in the pandemic.
Did you know some new rules allow debt collectors to use a different tactic to contact you? Host Teri Barr talks with Sara Rathner, a personal…
New rules allow debt collectors to use a different tactic to contact you. Here's what you can do to protect yourself and your money. Plus: how to know if you are actually being scammed.
Equifax, Experian and TransUnion will eliminate billions of dollars from the accounts of consumers who faced unexpected medical bills that they were unable to pay. Plus, a study shows that Johnson & Johnson's vaccine provided lasting immunity at least six months after the shots, and more virus news.
Three of the country's largest credit reporting agencies are removing nearly 70% of medical debt from consumer credit reports, the companies announced in a joint statement Friday.
Biden's Education Department Suggests , Pause on Student Loan Payments , Could Be Extended. Biden's Education Department Suggests , Pause on S…