Advice & News

19
Mar
Small Business Loans for Minorities

Small business loans for minorities offer the opportunity to fund a new venture, and they often have favorable terms and rates. Other loan programs that aren’t geared solely toward minorities could certainly still benefit minority business owners.

Posted in: Small Business Loans,
19
Mar
Upromise Review: Earn Savings Towards College

Upromise is a company owned by Sallie Mae that offers participation in a loyalty rewards program to help students and families save for college or pay down existing student loans. The cash back Upromise Mastercard is an optional addition to the Upromise program.

Posted in: Credit Cards, Student Loans,
19
Mar
DCU Visa Platinum Secured Credit Card Review

Secured credit cards come with few rewards or other benefits, but they can help you build or repair credit. Many secured cards come with high rates and fees, but the DCU Visa Platinum Secured Credit Card has no annual fee and below-average interest rates. It's a good choice when you can't qualify for a standard credit card.

Posted in: Credit Cards,
19
Mar
How Do Millennial Outlooks on Personal Finance Vary By Income Level?

Surveying 1,000 Millennials split evenly between three income brackets, LendEDU gauged how this generation perceives wealth.

Posted in: Personal Finance, Study,
19
Mar
PGA Tour Cash Rewards World Mastercard Review

This is a solid everyday card that can earn you a seat at PGA Tour events while giving you access to exclusive courses worldwide

Posted in: Credit Cards,
18
Mar
Who Can I Claim as a Dependent?

You can claim children and others you support as dependents on your tax returns. Claiming someone as a dependent may entitle you to certain tax deductions and credits, but there are specific rules you must follow in order to do so.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
18
Mar
How Much Do I Need to Retire?

This guide provides insight into how much income you should save for a financially secure retirement. The amount will depend on a variety of factors including where you live, your spending, and more.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
18
Mar
Nevada Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

If you’re a Nevada resident and anticipate attending one of the Silver State’s public schools, like University of Nevada, Reno, or the College of Southern Nevada, then you make want to consider these loans, scholarships, and grants.

Posted in: Student Loans,
18
Mar
Mississippi Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Mississippi residents who intend to pursue a degree or certificate in their home state have several options when it comes to financial aid. This includes a variety of state-based student loans, grants, and scholarships.

Posted in: Student Loans,
18
Mar
Current Student Loan Interest Rates

Interest rates for student loans and student loan refinancing change all the time. Whether the market changes, the government makes a change, or something else – it is important to stay on top of the current student loan rates. If you are looking for a new student loan to pay for school, or are considering […]

Posted in: Student Loans,