Have you heard the term borrower defense to repayment but are not sure what it means? Are you wondering if it could apply to your student loans? Read on to learn more about this program, as well… +
Is Now the Time to Buy or Refinance?
June usually marks the height of the spring real estate market—it’s National Homeownership Month, after all. But this June hasn’t been typical. With job loss numbers in the tens of millions, the economic impact of… +
Should You Save for Retirement or for a Child’s College Education?
For parents, deciding how much to save for retirement versus what to set aside for a child’s education can be a difficult balancing act. Saving for your future should be a priority, particularly through maximizing… +
Tips for Teaching Your Children About Money
Do your children act like money grows on trees? If they observe you effortlessly pulling out the credit card for every purchase or they play video games where they can buy accessories for avatars, it’s… +
Scam Alert! Protecting Yourself and Your Finances
The number of stories about fraudsters taking advantage of unsuspecting victims seems to grow by the day. Of course, it’s easy to think, “This will never happen to me!” But to keep your money and… +
Answering Your Biggest Questions on the SECURE Act
It’s already 2020. Once again, the holidays were a blur—and, once again, Congress passed significant legislation at the last minute. This time, it was the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act, which… +