The federal government recently announced a one-year delay in the FAFSA Simplification Act. Here’s why that matters.
Kristen Grau interns at Debt.com. When Grau is out of the office, she serves as the managing editor of Florida Atlantic University’s student-run newspaper, the University Press, and is the Palm Beach County editor of South Florida Gay News.
Healthcare workers are facing some unique financial challenges in 2021, from pay cuts due to COVID-19 restrictions to ongoing concerns about the future of their student loans. This guide offers practical advice to help healthcare workers get ahead.
Budgeting has always been important – but it took a pandemic for many Americans to realize just how important.
This guide helps retirees and pre-retirees find practical ways to pay off debt, so they can finally retire the way they want and enjoy their golden years without financial stress
Regardless of the amount of money raised, these people are getting creative in order to help people impacted by COVID-19.
If severe symptoms occur, Americans can expect to pay an average of $20,000.
For most, only for a few months. And more than half don’t even know how much they’ll receive.
There’s a lot of good news for federal student loans, and even some for private ones.
Offers range from free internet to free opera.
Short or tall, left-handed or red-headed, duck caller or Trekkie, there’s a college scholarship for you.