Benefits of a Florida Reverse Mortgage

The pros and cons of are reverse mortgage are numerous reversemortgageflorida.net looks at 5 potential benefits

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Enforcing Fair Housing 49 Years after the Fair Housing Act

Are there different types of reverse mortgages? > Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Yes. Most reverse mortgages today are insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), as part of its Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) program. If you apply for a HECM loan, you can choose f

7 Tax Tips for New College Grads

Graduating from college brings huge life changes — many of which have big effects at tax time. Here are a few ways you can save a little money — or even…

To Travel Cheap, Steer Clear of These Booking Flubs

Habits can be hard to break, but certain travel-planning tendencies could be costing you. To help you save money, we’ve identified five mistakes you won’t want to make again

Payday Loans Are Dying. Problem Solved? Not Quite

Payday loans — the “lifesavers” that drown you in debt — are on the decline. Fines and regulatory scrutiny over high rates and deceptive practices have shuttered payday loan st

How to Invest Without Sacrificing Your Values

Social values may not be the first thing that comes to mind when investing in the stock market, but there are numerous ways for investors to align their portfolios with…

Who’s Going to Pay for That? Maybe You (and Your Insurance)

Everybody knows accidents happen, but in the eyes of the law (and insurance companies), there’s almost always someone to blame. If you or your family are responsible for accidental damages&helli

Ask Brianna: How Can I Take a Vacation and Not Rack Up Debt?

“Ask Brianna” is a Q&A column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out. I’m here to help you manage your money, find a job and pay off student…

Mortgage Rates Tuesday, May 23: Barely Budging From 2017 Lows

Mortgage rates for 30-year fixed loans held steady, 15-year fixed rates slipped a notch, and 5/1 ARM rates were unchanged, according to a NerdWallet survey of mortgage rates published by nat

Budgeting for College Students: Where to Start

College marks a significant transition period for many young adults — it’s a time of newfound freedom and the financial responsibilities that come with it. Whether your funds come from&hel

What to Do When the GI Bill Won’t Cover College

Under the Post-9/11 GI Bill, veterans who serve at least 36 months of active duty are eligible for coverage of up to 36 months of college or career training. That’s…

What to Buy (and Skip) in June

June is a time for dads, grads and newlyweds. But what else is the month known for? Deals. From scooping up swimwear to saving money on gym sessions, here’s what…

Women Get a Bigger Social Security Bump

The magic number is 35. That’s how many years of earnings the U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) uses to calculate every worker’s pension benefit.  But

College Calculator Bridges Class Divide

A degree from a premier college can vault a teenager from a low-income family to the height of economic success as an adult.

Retirement Ball’s in Employers’ Court

If employers want to improve the poor retirement prognosis for a large chunk of American workers, there are some obvious things they could do. That’s the big takeaway in Morningstar Inc.’

Our Stubborn State of Financial Illiteracy

The U.S. retirement system is built on people having a working knowledge of finance.  Yet financial literacy among a big chunk of Americans ranges from unimpressive to abysmal. This revelation w

Online Goblins Want Your Money

No longer simply a convenience for shoppers, the internet has come into its own: it is now an ingenious tool for squeezing money out of our wallets. This realization first struck me last year while h

Gay Marriage: Income Gains Quantified

The U.S. Social Security Administration states on its

Long-term Care Insurance Goes Uptown

Is long-term care insurance a luxury product? Today, most policies covering home care and assisted living and nursing care facilities for the elderly are purchased by people with relatively high earn

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