While many federal borrowers benefited from a temporary deferment of their loans, the New Year will likely require revisiting our balances and re-strategizing the pay off.
From debt to savings, housing and investing, Farnoosh shares her advice on how to best manage your money now — if and when the Coronavirus leads to more job losses, stock market losses and a recession.
In addition to trimming your budget and raising cash from a few off jobs, refinancing your debt may be a way to give yourself some financial breathing room. Here are a couple ways to accomplish this.
Very excited to share my latest visit on The Meredith Vieira Show today where I offer a 30 day debt detox plan … And one lucky mom received a very generous $100,000 donation from entrepreneur Alan Fox to help her pay off her student loans and get out of debt.
Since the New Year, I’ve enjoyed receiving your questions and have decided to tackle a few here on my blog.
If you currently have a debt in collections and don’t know what to do, here’s some key advice. Bottom line: You have rights and should practice them.
This week , Nadine tweets: I got married in July. Should we file taxes together or separately for 2012?
This week, I help out Ken who asks: I have $25K in federal student loan debt with a 6.55% fixed interest rate. I am wondering if there are any good options for refinancing.
On this week’s Remake America, meet a couple with $175k in student loans and major trust issues. What advice would you give them?