GAP insurance is an optional supplemental coverage that helps pay off your vehicle loan if your car is totaled and you owe more than its depreciated value. It's a good idea for several reasons.
The interest you earn on the money in your savings account is considered taxable income in the year the interest was earned. The tax you pay is determined by your overall taxable income for that same year.
States vary, but you may be required to carry collision and comprehensive insurance if you have a car loan. But what if you pay off your car loan? Will your rates drop?
Mortgage rates are at near-all-time lows, making now the perfect time for homebuyers to get into a new home. Protect your home and your family with ample homeowner’s insurance.
Putting some of your leftover cash in a high-yield savings account can provide a buffer against unexpected emergencies and help you pay off existing debt.
If you can cover all of your basic needs, such as groceries and rent, use the $1,400 stimulus check to start or increase an emergency fund by depositing the funds in a high-yield savings account.
Thinking about closing your savings account? Here are a few good reasons to close your current account and open a new one.
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Student loan relief scammers are enticing students with loan forgiveness and false promises. If an offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Find out how to spot these 6 scams.