Student Loan Pause Extended to January 31, 2022
The Biden administration has extended the pause on federal student loan payments until January 31. The 0% interest and $0 payment relief was set to expire September 30 for an estimated 42 million Americans with federal loans.
A Beginner’s Guide to Investing
You are on top of your student debt and credit card debt and sticking to your monthly budget, and you have an emergency fund set up, so you are ready to take the next step and start investing.
It's Never Too Late to Tackle Debt and Build Wealth
I've learned to be more focused on the long term, and appreciate savings and investing, more than getting the instant gratification of spending money on nonessentials.
15 Employers That Offer Student Loan Benefits
Even though the amount of student debt is increasing yearly, only 8% of employers have incorporated student loan benefits into their compensation package.
Financial Literacy Month-- The Best Resources, Books and Podcasts
Personal finance doesn’t have to be confusing. For financial literacy month, we want to help you understand the fundamentals of finance so you can learn how to manage and grow your money.
How to Take Action on Student Loan Forgiveness
The student debt crisis is a consistent pain point for millions of Americans. With over 45 million Americans drowning in student loan debt and the recent COVID pandemic that led to the highest job loss since the Great Depression, forgiveness would undoubtedly help millions of people.
Women in History That Impacted Finance
storically, society viewed men as the financially savvy breadwinners, while women were viewed as incapable of accumulating significant wealth. However, trailblazers paved the way for women to step into their financial power by challenging the status quo.
What is the Pink Tax? Which Products and Services Cost More if You’re a Woman?
The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs conducted a study comparing nearly 800 products from more than 90 brands to figure out if there was a price difference between male and female versions of the same product.
How Snowball Wealth Motivated Me to Start My Financial Journey
I started taking my finances seriously about two years ago when Snowball Wealth opened its beta program. Since then, I have paid off my credit card debt and am on my way towards building generational wealth.
Buying a Home in Colombia -- Part 1
International real estate. As a first-generation American with zero generational wealth, those three words are incredibly daunting. Owning real estate in general is something I had absolutely no idea about before this journey.
Financial Foundations Latinx Guide
Latinx have $1.7 trillion in buying power but are building less wealth than the generational population. As a group whose children will represent 1 of every 3 children in the US by 2050, we owe it to ourselves to embark on this journey.