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Finance News ProFinance News Pro

Finance news and business news from financenewspro.com. Also get breaking n...

 
Financial Blog OnlineFinancial Blog Online

Get Financial news and financial updates from financial blog online.

 
Public Debts for Vested Interest PaymentsPublic Debts for Vested Interest Payments

An analysis of the national debt as the most heinous mechanism inflicted on...

 
Harrington Brooks Personal Finance NewsHarrington Brooks Personal Finance News

Harrington Brooks Personal Finance for debt news as well as tips and tricks...

 
Money as Debt also Known as CreditMoney as Debt also Known as Credit

An analysis of money as it is being created and abused as a monopoly by cen...

 
Money Saving Challenge - Money Saving IdeasMoney Saving Challenge - Money Saving Ideas

Within this blog you will not only find many practical money saving ideas, ...

 


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The CARES Act allows federal student loan borrowers to put off loan payments until October 2020—and many of those loans will be set at 0% interest during the forbearance period. This is different from other types of forbearance programs (think cred...

Credit cards can be a tool to keep your finances afloat during tough times. But not every expense can be covered with a credit card. Maybe, for example, you can’t charge your rent to a credit card, so you consider taking a cash advance from your cr...

The government has granted a temporary reprieve to student loan borrowers paying back federal loans. But while it’s nice to not have to pay your loans for a few months, it’s a confusing situation for one group of borrowers in particular: those l...

When you apply for a new credit card or decide to take out a loan, you read the fine print—or at least, you’re supposed to read the fine print. You probably check the interest rate and the fee schedule, then let your eyes glaze over for the rest.

Not too long ago, I found myself in so much debt I didn’t know how to begin to deal with it. I didn’t feel comfortable asking anyone in my family or social circle for help, even though I knew I needed some backup to allow me to look at my situati...

Most federal student loan borrowers don’t have to make payments until October 2020, without the risk of interest building up on the balance during that time.Read more...