Which documents will you have to produce when applying for a home loan? And what should you expect to receive from the lender? Part 1 of our series on buying a home itemizes the paperwork involved in the process of securing a loan, and sealing the deal!
Are you the recipient of an inheritance? In Part 1 you learned how to use inheritance money to combat debt. Now in Part 2 learn how to make that money grow!
If you just received a juicy inheritance, you probably feel like quitting your job, buying an expensive car, and rewarding yourself with a permanent vacation. And while that may sound awesome, it’s probably not your best bet.
Are you one of the many former military service members who could use help getting back on your feet? Fortunately, several organizations have made it their priority to serve veterans. Here are some resources to take advantage of when you are in need.
The word "budget" doesn't have to make you cringe! iGrad sits down with experts from the San Diego Financial Literacy Center for a discussion of basic budgeting fundamentals and inspiring stories from people who turned their financial situations around.
You don't have to look too far back in recent history to recognize the real danger of bad financial advice and predatory practices. (Bernie Madoff, anyone?) There are several ways to weed out good and bad financial advice - here are a few warning signs.
For a lot of young people, the idea of "spare cash" is a myth. But when you do get to the point at which you can generate a little bit of excess cash, you'll start wondering what to do with it. Here are a few tips for how to ease into investing.
What can you do to keep your information from being stolen in a phone or other scam? With a little research, you'll be able to decipher when a communication is important and when it’s a way of stealing information or money. Start with these 5 tips.
You don’t have to be a US citizen to receive federal or other financial aid. Green Card holders, individuals with permanent resident status without formal citizenship status, can qualify for most financial aid. Here’s what Green Card holders need to know.