August 2017

New Tax Credit for Student Loan Debt – Time Sensitive! – JD Supra (press release)

New Tax Credit for Student Loan Debt – Time Sensitive!JD Supra (press release)Are you a Maryland resident? Do you have student loan debt? Well, good news – you may be eligible for a new tax credit on your 2017 tax return! The Student Loan Debt Relief Tax Credit went into effect on July 1, 2017, and provides that qualifying … …read more

Source:: Student Loans

      

Do you qualify for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness? – KHOU

KHOUDo you qualify for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness?KHOUMore than half a million Americans are working toward Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF), a program that eliminates federal student loan debt for people with jobs in the public sector. But the proposed 2018 White House budget reportedly calls for …and more …read more

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Colleges that Give Students The Most (And Least) Private Student Debt – The Student Loan Report

The Student Loan ReportColleges that Give Students The Most (And Least) Private Student DebtThe Student Loan ReportIn today’s day and age, if you’re a Millennial in college, then you’re probably going to be graduating with student loan debt after however many years of higher education. Statistically speaking, the chances of this happening to the average joe are … …read more

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NerdWallet’s Best Credit Card Tips for September 2017 – NerdWallet (blog)

NerdWallet’s Best Credit Card Tips for September 2017NerdWallet (blog)Many credit card holders are more likely to go into debt spending on experiences rather than material goods, according to a study published in the Journal of Consumer Research. The Nerds never encourage people to rack up credit card debt, but your card …Consumers Want More Help Finding the Right Credit Card but Also Need Help Managing DebtPaymentsJournal (press release) (registration) (blog)all 4 news articles …read more

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Mortgage rates continue their month-long slide – Washington Post

Washington PostMortgage rates continue their month-long slideWashington PostMeanwhile, mortgage applications dwindled last week, according to the latest data from the Mortgage Bankers Association. The market composite index — a measure of total loan application volume — decreased 2.3 percent. The refinance index fell 2 …and more …read more

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Why Conventional Thinking About Your Finances Often Leads You Astray – Forbes

ForbesWhy Conventional Thinking About Your Finances Often Leads You AstrayForbesSuppose you are a homeowner looking to pay down your mortgage. Should you use your long-term savings to pay down your mortgage? Or, what about those of us with multiple credit cards? How should we go about repaying the debt on these credit cards? …read more

Source:: Credit Card Debt

      

Can’t Afford Your Home? Here Are Your 4 Best Options – Madison.com

The Mortgage Reports (blog)Can’t Afford Your Home? Here Are Your 4 Best OptionsMadison.comThe most obvious solution when dealing with financial strife is to refinance your mortgage. In essence, refinancing your mortgage is an attempt to restructure the debt attached to your home. This is a solution for homeowners who aren’t at the absolute …How lender pipelines and policies affect your mortgage rate (and what to do about them)The Mortgage Reports (blog)all 2 news articles …read more

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Refinance mortgage rate increases for Thursday – Bankrate.com

Bankrate.comRefinance mortgage rate increases for ThursdayBankrate.comThe average for a 30-year fixed-rate refinance climbed higher, but the average rate on a 15-year fixed held steady. Meanwhile, the average rate on 10-year fixed refis fell. Rates for refinancing are constantly changing, but, overall, they are very low …Checking in on this year’s mortgage ratesThe Coastal Journalall 3 news articles …read more

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