For many people, the month of February 2021 will mark the end of their mortgage forbearance under the CARES Act. This leaves many questions about how to manage missed payments and what will happen if someone cannot pay those accumulated amounts. This article will help explain the choices people have to manage their mortgages.
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Itâ€™s always the right time to create a saving and spending plan (aka a budget). Itâ€™s also a good idea to revisit that plan annually or when a major shift occurs in your income or expenses.
Although November 27th is the traditional kick off of the holiday season, decorations of all kinds are already flooding the retail stores and advertisers are working hard to put us in the â€œspending moodâ€ earlier and earlier every year. This creates an opportunity to make a spending plan that will get us through the season and help keep it meaningful.
The past seven months have been a financial game changer for many people. Some were struggling to make ends meet prior to the pandemic, and other financial lives where knocked off balance as our world changed. With this blog, we share some practical strategies on how to move forward financially and avoid the aftershocks from the changes in our finances.
What you need to know about the national eviction moratorium and how to ensure you are protected. LInks to sample document to provide to landlords.
This video covers difference in popular credit score models FICO and VantageScore and a quick overview of sites where you can obtain a free credit report or score.
Father's Day is a day that people come together and honor the important father figures in their lives. This year, plan a celebration that is meaningful and leaves memories that last a lifetime.
It is always a good time to check your credit report, but which free source should you choose? Here is a list and some things to look for before you provide your personal information.
From deals on masks to offers of loans, scams related to the coronavirus pandemic are everywhere. Here the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has put together a list of ways to protect yourself and your money from scammers.
WASHINGTON PART OF MULTI-STATE STUDENT EDUCATION LOAN SERVICER INITIATIVE TO PROVIDE BORROWERS FINANCIAL RELIEF
Washington borrowers with commercially-owned Federal Family Education Program Loans or privately held student loans who are struggling to make their payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for expanded relief.