Articles by Mike Brown:
Six months into 2020, LendEDU analyzed the S&P 500 member stocks to see which have been the best and worst performers thus far.
For the fourth consecutive year, LendEDU has recognized 50 colleges around the country that have the best financial literacy programs for students.
LendEDU crunched the data on more than 25,000 U.S. cities to recognize the places that have the highest proportions of residents with bachelor's degrees.
LendEDU surveyed 1,000 current high school seniors and college students and found that 30% of committed high school seniors will consider not enrolling or deferring their admission if learning stays online in the Fall. While 52% of current college students believe the pandemic will extend the time it takes them to graduate.
LendEDU crunched home value & mortgage data for over 25,000 U.S. cities to recognize those that give homeowners with mortgages the best return on investment.
Since mid-March, LendEDU has been tracking how the coronavirus is impacting personal finances. Our third survey found that retirement concerns have lessened as the market has rebounded and that it will take time for consumer behavior to return to normal even when lockdowns are lifted.
While less-refined nationwide data suggests there is no correlation between income and the chances of catching the coronavirus, an analysis of more precise data from New York City indicates otherwise.
That title stat includes 79% of borrowers who have lost their jobs due to the global pandemic. We also found that 54% of borrowers would not have been able to make their next federal student loan payment had relief not come.