Resources to Support Black Communities
Black lives matter. Here are 6 things we are doing and ways you can support.
Budget Template for Google Sheets 2020
It is important more than ever to know where your money is going. We've updated our budget template for you to use.
What is Student Loan Refinancing and When is a Good Time to?
Refinance private loans as soon as you have good credit and a stable income to get a lower rate and save the most money
Where Can I find COVID Information from my Federal Student Loan Servicer?
We've compiled the links and resources for federal loan servicers and their responses to COVID.
What Student Loans Qualify for the CARES Act?
It’s important to understand what student loans qualify for the CARES Act, as it doesn’t apply to all student loans. So do your loans qualify for these benefits?
What Does the CARES Act Mean for my Student Debt?
On March 27, 2020 the president signed the CARES Act into law. This includes several provisions to provide relief for federal student loan borrowers.
5 Healthy Budget-Friendly Pantry Staples
We did a round-up of the best healthy snacks you can find to fit your budget.
Should You Pay Your Student Loans if You Can?
Federal student loans are in forbearance and are interest-free from March 13, 2020, through September 30, 2020. If you have job stability and feel you are in a good position you may be wondering: Should I keep making payments to my student loan?
What to do With the $1,200 Economic Impact Payment?
The coronavirus relief bill was signed by President Trump on March 27, days after the Senate voted unanimously on a $2.2 trillion stimulus package to help businesses and individuals affected by the pandemic
How to Make Sure You Receive the Economic Impact Payment
This week, the first round of stimulus payments, officially called “Economic impact payments”, started making their way onto people’s bank accounts.