As Americans grappled with the financial consequences of the pandemic in March of this year, the federal government took several actions to help cash-strapped consumers. For starters, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in late March of 2020, which included a temporary suspension of payments and interest for government-owned student […]
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Title insurance protects home buyers and lenders from many issues. Here’s more on what is title insurance is, how much it costs, and how to lower the costs.
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Mia, 35 and her husband Luke, 36, earn a combined $200,000 per year. But after paying their mortgage and rental property loan, as well as car and student loans, child care, and other living expenses, the Los Angeles couple has…
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You’ve tried debt payoff strategies, balance transfers, consolidation, and evenÂ debt management; you’ve begged your creditors, liquidated your assets, and pestered your friends and families for any money they can afford, but after all of that, you still have more debt than you can handle. Now what? Once you reach the end of your rope, the […]
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Austerity policies are nothing new. But talk about them in the news has recently escalated. In response to its ongoing debt crisis, the Greek government is preparing to implement austerity measures aimed at helping the country regain its financial footing. … Continue reading →
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The current pandemic will have contract holders invoking force majeure for relief from creditors. But can a mortgage holder use the clause to stop payment?
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Saving money in a place like a money market account can assure that the money will be there safely when you need it. A money market account is an alternative to savings account, and usually pays more interest rate than a savings account. See, Money Market Vs. Savings Accounts: What’s The Difference. Overall, money market …
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We’ve been hearing about electric cars for a while, but it sometimes seems that the only people who buy them are either veryÂ into being energy efficient or very wealthy. But there are a lot of good reasons for you to … Continue reading →
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