If your financial aid package falls short, applying for merit-based aid, looking into tuition assistance programs — and even crowdfunding, are some viable options you could explore to help cover the costs of college.
Your 401(k) may seem like the perfect solution to wipe out your student loans, but early withdrawals come with a series of financial setbacks that can outweigh the benefits.
Tiny homes have been rising in popularity, but because they’re a new concept, getting a mortgage for them can be tricky. Personal loans, RV loans, and manufacturer’s loans are some of the options you can explore.
Knowing how much you have is the first step to getting out of debt. Pulling up your credit report, sorting through your old mail, and contacting your creditors can help you figure this out.