FAFSA requires you provide certain information about your parents’ finances. But what if they aren’t willing? How to file a FAFSA as an independent student.
Older students have lots of options, from online courses to professional certifications to doctoral programs. Here’s how to decide which route is right for you.
Though medical debt drops off your credit report after seven years, the debt itself sticks around. Here’s how you can keep unpaid medical bills from affecting your financial health.
Find somewhere to lay your head in the city that never sleeps. From boroughs to brokers to—eek!—bedbugs: How to find an apartment in New York City.
Subsidized loans mean Uncle Sam helps you out with interest while you’re in school or deferment. With unsubsidized loans, Uncle Sam’s no help and interest starts accruing the minute you get your loan money—and it’s all on you to pay it back.
Student loans make college — and, increasingly, a middle-class life — attainable. But you should fully understand how student loans work before taking them out.
Whether for an internship or an unexpected life event, finding a short-term rental can be stressful. How to find a place to live—for just a little while.
Whether you own or rent your dwelling place, you want it insured. Depending on how you pay for housing you will have two options: homeowners insurance or renters insurance.
Medical exams for life insurance are simpler than you might expect, but they check for a range of conditions that can affect your chances of being approved – find out what you should expect before you apply.
Credit builder loans can help you build credit from scratch or rebuild good credit after bankruptcy or years of neglecting payments.