Gas prices fell last week as consumer demand dropped from last year, and this downward trend could continue in the coming weeks, according to AAA.
Many student loan borrowers took out loans in recent years with the belief that the Biden administration would cancel student loan debt, a recent survey said.
Gas prices hit $5 per gallon in June, marking a new all-time high, according to data from AAA.
The Biden administration announced new measures to ease the housing shortage and bring back affordable housing over the next five years.
The Biden administration has forgiven federal student debt through four major loan forgiveness programs, including PSLF and borrower defense.
Experts say it could be due to a number of factors from the war in Ukraine, inflation, gas prices, and even consumer spending.
Building your credit can make it easier to get approved for financial products, and with a lower interest rate. Learn how to improve bad credit in 10 ways.
Of the 45 states that levy sales taxes, only 13 states charge any sales tax on groceries. That includes Kansas, where the current 6.5% rate is second only to Mississippi’s 7%.
The Education Department is changing its policy around income-driven repayment (IDR) forgiveness, according to a press release.
Check out the mortgage rates for April 7, 2022, which are mixed from yesterday.
Home prices surged in January ahead of the start of this year's spring homebuying season. Here's how homeowners can take advantage of their home's value.
Check out the mortgage rates for April 1, 2022, which are mixed from yesterday.
Check out the mortgage rates for March 29, 2022, which are mixed from yesterday.
The latest trends in interest rates for personal loans from the Credible marketplace, updated weekly.
Home prices are surging, making homeownership less affordable as wages fail to keep up. However, new data from ATTOM Data Solutions shows most wage earners can still afford to buy a home.
Families who received monthly payments as part of the expanded Child Tax Credit program in 2021 should look out for this letter from the IRS ahead of tax season.
Growth in holiday spending could reach an all-time high in 2021. Here are ways to pay down your holiday debt quickly.
Medicaid eligibility is expiring for millions of Americans in January. Here's what to do if you are struggling.
T-Mobile announced that it will pay all 75,000 of its hourly employees a minimum wage of $20 an hour.
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.