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Consumers can freeze and unfreeze their credit reports without paying a fee, effective Sept. 21. They still will need to contact all three credit bureaus to cover all their bases.
Kvaal attributes the slowdown in student debt growth to the fact that net tuition has been growing more slowly as of late and state spending on higher education has recently ticked up.
Whether your child opts for a public or private college, there are a few opportunities to save money and limit borrowing. Here's what you should know.
Poor credit is a serious problem for low-income Americans.
Starting in October, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid will be available on a new phone app, called myStudentAid.
A battle over tariffs could mean higher prices for American shoppers soon.
This is exactly how much you'll need to afford the top 10 suburbs for retirees, according to a new report.
Borrowing money from a 401(k) plan may not seem like a big deal to a millennial, but it is.
Data point to a bigger cost-of-living adjustment from the Social Security Administration this year.
Many Americans use cash for small purchases. Overlooking your credit card could cost you.
The IRS is giving some relief to individuals who were in the path of the massive storm. Here's what that means for your 2018 taxes.
The head of the National Flood Insurance Agency says that adjusters are ready to begin visiting damaged properties once it's safe to return.
Difficult boss? Try managing up to improve your relationship.
Taking two months' paid leave would mean delaying Social Security for six months.
With money at the root of a lot of relationship stress, it's no surprise that a partner with credit issues can cause a significant strain and even a split.