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An emergency fund is an essential part of a solid financial plan.
Rising mortgage rates mostly won’t affect existing loans, and how to spot a poorly-constructed house.
The bill proposes making the credit permanently fully refundable. Here’s what to know.
Those taxpayers could potentially see thousands of extra dollars when they file for the Recovery Rebate Credit.
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Try tackling other financial priorities during COVID-19 student loan forbearance.
Non-bank lenders are growing fast in a banner year for the mortgage market.
Both the federal government and private lenders are offering relief measures.
Most plan to spend their stimulus funds on necessities, not on shopping, dining or traveling.
Amid a wave of migration, some cities and states pay bounties of up to $15,000 to lure remote workers.
Even if you waive the contingency, you can still back out of the deal if there are severe defects.
The pandemic has folks putting off major financial decisions, like homebuying.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to delay foreclosures until 2022.
Here’s what to do if you have a HELOC or have considered applying.
Individuals exempt from filing a tax return could be days away from receiving their payment.