When it comes to saving money, this year may look a little different from years past. The savings rate is lower than its peak of about 34% in April 2020, but Americans are still saving more than they did before the pandemic.
Your 20s are a time of self-exploration, finding your footing as an adult — and likely making some money mistakes.
The interest rate on new federal student loans is going up.
The government sets annual interest rates on the debt once a year, and the percentage is based on the 10-year Treasury note.
Knowing enough about money to cover your bills is a start, but it’s not enough financial literacy to provide long-term security. Most of us eventually wonder what else we should be doing — and whether what we don’t know could hurt us.
In the Before Times, those seeking thrills, excitement and drama pursued the arts, or perhaps joined the armed forces.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a warning this week notifying those affiliated with higher education institutions of an ongoing email scam that appears to be primarily targeting those who have “.edu” email addresses.
If you've been putting off filing your tax return this year, here's some good news. The IRS and Treasury Department have delayed the filing deadline by another month.