COVID-19

What You Need to Know About Student Loan Changes During COVID-19

With high unemployment levels and many employers cutting work hours, lots of college grads are now struggling to meet their student loan payments. Thankfully, the federal government has passed legislation to ease this burden. Unfortunately, though, many borrowers are confused about the terms and conditions of these changes.

Here’s what you need to know about the changes to student loan debt during the coronavirus pandemic.

All federal student loan payments are automatically suspended for six months

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How to Dispute and Pay For Large Medical Bills

If you’re looking at astronomical medical bills thanks to the coronavirus pandemic or another health emergency, you might think there’s no choice but to pay thousands of dollars for your treatment. Lucky for you, though, there is hope.


Here’s some advice on how to bring down the numbers on your medical bills and tips on how to cover the remaining costs in five easy steps.

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Should You Use Your Emergency Fund During the COVID-19 Outbreak?

COVID-19 has wreaked financial disaster on millions of Americans.

Already, 30% of Americans have tapped their emergency fund due to the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent NerdWallet survey conducted online by The Harris Poll from April 8-10.

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