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More Than 8% of U.S. Mortgages Now in Forbearance

With the United States economy still being pummeled by closures associated with the spread of COVID-19, many Americans are seeking financial relief. One potential option for homeowners who may be struggling is forbearance, which allows them to pause mortgage payments for up to 12 months. Now new data shows that...

Money at 30: 3 Ways to Avoid Unexpected Renewal Charges 3

We've all done it — you sign up for a subscription and forget about it. Then, probably 12 months later, you find an unfamiliar charge appear on your credit card. D'oh! While this may be common, there are ways to avoid it. With saving every dollar possible proving even more...

How Will Coronavirus Impact Students' Finances?

While nearly all Americans have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic is some way, U.S. college students have been uniquely impacted. Not only have school closures meant the cancelation of graduation ceremonies but many of those who had been living on-campus were forced to vacate their homes as the virus...

Uber Reportedly Looking to Acquire Grubhub

During the current crisis, many businesses and verticals have seen their operations and sales directly impacted. The food delivery business has been no different, initially seeing a dip as shoppers stocked up on groceries but rebounding some as consumers looked to support their local eateries. All the while, companies like...

Money at 30: How Quarantine Has Impacted Our Spending (So Far) 3

It's now been about six weeks since I've left my home for anything other than 1) near-nightly walks, 2) a couple of drive-thru pick-ups, and 3) one trip to the store. Thankfully, my wife and I are both among those who have been able to do our jobs from home...

Debt Consolidation: Is it a Good Deal? 23

Is your credit card debt continuing to haunt you? Ready to pay it off once and for all? Consolidating your debt could be the first big step toward achieving that goal. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, U.S. consumer credit card debt totaled $930 billion at the...

Charles Schwab Announces Fractional Shares Platform "Stock Slices"

Last fall, Charles Schwab shook up the brokerage world by announcing that it would be eliminating its trade commission fees. While this model had previously been tried by FinTech startups such as Robinhood, it was a big deal for a traditional discount brokerage to adopt it. Within a week of...

62% of Americans Say the Current Crisis Has Hurt Their Finances

It's no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic is taking a toll on the financial security of many Americans. Now a new survey by Quicken shows just how far-reaching and diverse those impacts have been. First, 62% of people have seen the current crisis either "severely" or "somewhat" negatively affected their...