Decisions made on the floor of Congress can have a significant impact on your financial life. From new legislation about student loans to changing regulations in credit reporting and debt collection, Debt.com is here to help you understand how what’s happening in Washington today will affect your bottom line tomorrow.
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April 27, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
No matter what you think about Donald Trump, there are hard limits to how much he can reshape politics and the economy. Look no further than the crisis in Venezuela.
April 21, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
The IRS will use private debt collectors who have failed before, including one the federal government is already suing for ripping consumers off.
April 20, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
Deregulating for its own sake is incredibly stupid — but potentially profitable for internet companies and identity thieves.
March 23, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
He campaigned on not cutting entitlements, but conservatives think he has to.
March 16, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
Republicans may hate it, but the courts — and even Mike Pence’s economist — don’t.
February 23, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
If Congress needs help helping people, it should look to these state legislators.
February 16, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
These desperate White House petitions aren’t getting much attention. Some of them deserve it.
February 9, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
Secretary of Education responded (sort of) to more than 140 Congressional questions beyond her confirmation hearing. But nobody talked about it.
January 19, 2017 | Brandon Ballenger
Or he could be horrible. That’s why I just applied for a new repayment plan while I still can.
October 6, 2014 | Howard Dvorkin, CPA
Here’s some nonpartisan perspective on the student loan crisis.
September 25, 2014 | Jess Miller
More managers are jumping onto the minimum wage train.
September 19, 2014 | Brandon Ballenger
A little-known student loan program for staffers could knock up to $60,000 off your debt.
March 24, 2014 | Brandon Ballenger
The percentage of Americans who understand government spending is smaller than the percentage of tax money spent on national defense.