The 30-Year Fixed Just Hit a New Record Low, What Should You Do?

[ad_1]Another week, another record low for mortgage rates. It’s all becoming rather humdrum at this point. Really, how excited can you get about a record that repeatedly gets broken with rela

Should You Refinance Your Federal Student Loans?

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Bar Exam Loans and Alternatives for Law Students

[ad_1]After you graduate from law school, you’ll still have one thing left to do before beginning your career as an attorney — passing the bar exam. Since you can’t work as an attorney

Should You Use a Traditional or Prepaid 529 Plan to Save for College?

[ad_1]When saving for your child’s college education, one of the biggest challenges is deciding between a 529 prepaid tuition plan and a traditional 529 plan. While both plans help parents

Mortgage rates today, June 18, 2020, plus lock recommendations

[ad_1]Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates te

Are 5/1 ARM rates really the lowest mortgage rates?

[ad_1]5/1 ARM rates are typically the lowest conventional mortgage rates on the market. But 5/1 ARMs carry more risk. Is the low rate worth it for you?[ad_2]

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Fed data reveals strategy for paying off credit card debt

[ad_1]The widening spread between interest rates on credit cards and personal loans could open u

Survey: 70% of Private Student Loan Borrowers Successful in Asking for Lender Relief

[ad_1]More than half of all private student loan borrowers in the U.S. have lost income since the coronavirus pandemic struck. To make matters worse, their private loans are ineligible for t