Most Americans understand Social Security, but concern over its future is pushing many to claim retirement benefits early, a recent Schroders survey said.
Nationwide gas prices dipped on average by only three cents to $3.83 for the week ending Sept. 28, according to AAA.
Most shoppers consider at least one climate risk in the homebuying process, a recent Zillow survey said.
After accumulating record breaking excess savings in the COVID-19 recession, Americans could soon deplete these reserves, the San Francisco Fed reported.
With a government shutdown looming, student loan borrowers could face more headaches once student loan repayments resume after a three year pause. Here’s what you need to know.
Scammers are looking to take advantage of borrowers in need of financial assistance as student loan payments start back up.
Although student debt discharged is exempt from federal tax due to the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, some states may still tax the savings, according to a report by the Tax Foundation.
The typical American’s income dropped for the third straight year amid record-high inflation. But you can still pay down high-interest debt quickly.
Inflation is taking a toll on back-to-school shopping expenses in 2023 as parents struggle with funding their children's education, supplies and extracurriculars, according to a survey.
The Federal Reserve paused interest rates in its September meeting. But inflation remains high as Americans deal with record credit card debt. Here’s what to do.
Many student loan borrowers are anxious that they won't be able to meet their payment obligations once repayments resume in October, according to a recent survey by Achieve.
The Social Security cost of living adjustment could increase to 3.2% in response to high inflation. But it’s far from the 2023 record raise and many Americans still struggle to generate retirement income.
Data shows the average annual cost to raise a child rose nearly 20% between 2016 and 2021.
Credit card debt topped $1 trillion nationwide.
Check out the mortgage rates for September 15, 2023, which are mixed from yesterday.
Inflation has surged in the past few years, peaking at 9% in June 2022. That means some families who were middle class in 2020 may no longer be in that category.
Check out the mortgage rates for September 13, 2023, which are mixed from yesterday.
The average price of 25 prescription brand name drugs with the highest Medicare D spending increased by 226%, AARP reported. But provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act aim to lower the costs of Medicare coverage for retirees.
There are many ways to lower student loan payments or get forgiveness. These include the Saving on A Valuable Education (SAVE) plan, income-driven repayment (IDR) plans, public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) and more.
Almost 56% of U.S. consumers said they had a spending plan, but 49% said that impulse purchases had caused financial stress, according to the survey by You Need a Budget.