Consumers are surprisingly doing well in terms of managing their credit despite pandemic challenges.
The Federal Reserve moved up its timeline to decrease interest rates to next year. Here's how to take advantage of low rates now.
If you’re looking for a $35,000 personal loan, here’s how to get one and what you should know about the costs of a large loan.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer renewed his calls for $50,000 in student debt forgiveness per borrower.
Check out the mortgage rates for Sept. 24, 2021, which are up from yesterday.
Check out the mortgage refinancing rates for Sept. 24, 2021, which are up from yesterday.
As the COVID-19 Delta variant continues to spread throughout the United States, Democratic lawmakers have introduced a bill to reinstate the expired eviction moratorium.
Dividends often provide larger income streams than bonds these days, but there are trade-offs involved.
The coronavirus pandemic led to a payment pause on federal student loans, but that temporary relief has a definitive end date of Jan. 31, 2022. See how you can prepare for when payments restart in February.
Looking to buy or sell your first home and wondering where to start? This real estate advice will help you navigate the process.
The federal government may soon default on its financial obligations unless lawmakers raise or suspend the debt ceiling before the start of the next fiscal year on Oct. 1.
To get a $70,000 loan, you’ll need to meet stringent borrowing requirements. Learn how to get a large personal loan.
Check out the mortgage refinancing rates for Sept. 23, 2021, which are unchanged from yesterday.
Credit card expert Beverly Harzog explains the best ways to pay off your credit card debt.
Check out the mortgage rates for Sept. 23, 2021, which are mixed from yesterday.
Buy now pay later and point of sale options are allowing consumers to spread out their payments on many purchases, but a new TransUnion study shows it is not replacing credit cards.
U.S. News and World Report credit card expert Beverly Harzog on the best ways to pay off your unsecured credit card debt.
U.S. News and World Report credit card expert Beverly Harzog on the factors causing an uptick in Americans carrying unsecured debt.
No 401(k)? Here's what you need to know about your retirement prospects.
A post-secondary degree can leave borrowers with a six-figure student loan balance, but it's important to remember that federal student aid isn't “free money.” Keep reading to learn more about the average student loan debt and how you can pay it off faster.