The cost of higher education — and student debt along with it — continues to rise. But there is good news on the horizon. Before you send your student off to school, make sure you know the numbers and look for ways to help your student minimize his or her debt. Read More about Facts About Student Loans
- Should I Use a Home Equity Loan for Debt Consolidation?
- Should I Use Home Equity for a Major Purchase?
- How Long Will It Take to Pay Off a Home Equity Loan ?
- How Much Equity Do I Have in My Home?
- How to Calculate Home Equity Line of Credit Payments
- Difference Between Home Equity Loan and Line of Credit
- How Much Should I Save for Retirement?
- How Much Should I Put in My 401(k)?
- Should I Spend Funds or Invest in an IRA?
- How Much Will I Have at Retirement?
- How Do I Estimate Social Security Benefits?
- How Do I Calculate a Traditional 401(k) vs. a Roth 401(k)?
- How Much Do I Need to Retire?
- How Long Will My Retirement Savings Last?
Whether you’re trying to establish credit for the first time or re-establish credit after a misstep, a good credit score can be the key to unlocking financial opportunities. Read More about What to Avoid When You Want to Build Your Credit
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Home improvement projects generally fall into two categories: necessary repairs, such as fixing a roof or a replacing an air-conditioning unit, and improvement projects that may increase the value of your home, such as a remodel or addition. Read More about Home Improvement Finance Options
You may know about the benefits of refinancing a mortgage, but did you know that you can also refinance an auto loan to lower your interest rate and potentially reduce your monthly payment? Read More about 4 Questions to Consider Before Refinancing Your Auto Loan
After disaster strikes — whether it’s a fire, flood, or other emergency — trying to think through what comes next can be paralyzing. Read More about Financial Tips to Follow After a Disaster