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Changes could be coming for your student loan debt.

How Your Student Loans Could Change in 2019

A combination of new rules and shifting economic realities could reshape the student loan landscape this year.

Can you protect your savings during the recession?

A Majority of Americans Believe We'll Have a Recession This Year

Take these four steps to protect your money from a potential economic downturn.

States are lowering the blood alcohol level for legal driving

States Are Cracking Down on Drinking and Driving Limits

Utah just enacted the strictest blood alcohol level standards in the country, with other states following suit.

Don't let the new tax deduction rules stress you out.

Your Guide to This Year's Tax Deduction Changes

Changes to these five popular tax deductions may cost you more money this April.

How will the government shutdown affect you?

How the Federal Government Shutdown Affects You—Even If You Aren't a Government Worker

You don't have to work for the government to feel the sting of the shutdown.

It's a great time to travel to London

The Reason a Trip to the U.K. Is Such a Good Deal Right Now

It’s a great time to practice your British accent.

Can you qualify for a mortgage for this house?

Millennials Feel They Have No Problems Qualifying for a Mortgage

Are they headed for a rude awakening?

Someone in need of Amazon Gift Return

So How Do You Make That Amazon Gift Return, Exactly?

More packages are returned before Christmas, so here's how to make sure you get the refund you deserve.

A sign points the way to a good credit score

Experian’s New Platform to Boost Millennials' Credit Scores

A new credit model aims to help those with thin credit histories to potentially save thousands.

A young woman enjoys her early retirement

A New Survey Debunks the Myths of the Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) Movement

One part of the equation is a lot more important to FIRE proponents.