FEMA said it was inundated with over 1 million calls from people requesting assistance with COVID-19-related funeral expenses on its first day of application processing.
Before purchasing a second home, you should determine if you’re qualified for an additional home loan and figure out how you’ll responsibly afford the new payments.
Many states require car insurance to legally drive. It’s possible for drivers with expensive nonstandard auto insurance to save money and keep driving.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week to 576,000, a hopeful sign that layoffs are easing as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession.
With the right accounts and a commitment to savings, you can boost your savings despite low-interest rates.
Does it make more sense to rent or buy a home?
Is your policy offering the right protection? Are you paying too much? Use this home insurance guide to find out.
When you’re up against stiff competition to buy a house, these four tips can help you get your offer accepted.
Financial consumers who pay off debt deserve praise. They also deserve to know when their credit scores will reflect those payments.
Homeowners should consider refinancing their mortgage to take advantage of the lower Federal funds rate.
Check out the mortgage refinancing rates for April 12, 2021, which are up from last Friday.
Check out the mortgage rates for April 12, 2021, which are trending up from last Friday.
A former sheriff's dispatcher in a suburb of New Orleans has been arrested, accused of refusing to return more than $1.2 million that had been accidentally deposited into her brokerage account, authorities said.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week to 744,000, signaling that many employers are still cutting jobs.
Uber is dedicating $250 million to enticing potential new employees and offering better incentives to current drivers.
The Treasury Department says it has issued more than 156 million payments as part of President Joe Biden’s coronavirus relief plan.
The IRS is holding onto more than $1.3 billion in unclaimed tax refunds for individuals who did not file a return in 2017 — money that will expire if those people don't collect it soon.
Many high-yield accounts offer as much as 10 times the national average interest rate or more.
Shopping around for lenders and low rates can pay off.
The IRS says these "plus-up" payments will continue on a weekly basis going forward, and go to those who recently filed a 2020 tax return and qualify for more stimulus money.