For many recent college graduates, student loans await.  According to the New York Fed, student loan debt is now more than $1.34 trillion and continues to rise. For many younger Americans, it has become the largest household debt. Here are a few things you need to know: Forgiveness programs The Department of Education offers forgiveness programs to help borrowers with student loan debt. These programs include the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program and the
Millions of Americans do not have life insurance.   And while of course, determining your need for life insurance depends on your personal situation, it is important to take the time to determine if life insurance is a good fit for you and your loved ones. #1 Determine your life insurance need Get an understanding of your final expenses.  This could range from Leaving money for a spouse or dependents Funding education for minor children Funeral
Credit cards can be an issue for many.  According to Experian, the average American has a credit card balance of $6,375.  Credit card debt has reached its highest amount – more than $1 trillion dollars – according to a report by the Federal Reserve. So if you find yourself in more debt than you could imagine here are a few strategies to pay off that credit card debt.  Tip #1 – Stick to a budget
With the recent death of Aretha Franklin and the news of her passing without having a will or trust in place – she is not alone.  According to a Gallup poll, only 44% of individuals stated they have a will in place. The poll also found that those who are older are more likely to have a will in place, whereas only 14% of those under the age of thirty have wills. The importance of
While homeownership is definitely an American dream, there are some barriers that may prevent one from purchasing a home. With the rising costs, down payment requirements, affordability, and other factors, the path to homeownership may often be delayed. But there are programs to help you to reach your American dream, whether you are a future homeowner are seeking home improvement grants! For Firefighters, Emergency Personnel, and Teachers HUD’s Good Neighbor Next Door Program allows teachers,
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