Your Money Articles from New York Times:
Contributions to College Savings Plans Pick Up as Inflation Eases
5/26/2023 8:00 AM
Deposits into 529 savings accounts fell last fall and early this year. But experts say the stock market recovery is helping to attract more money...Read More
For the Markets, It’s Not Just the Debt Ceiling
5/26/2023 8:00 AM
A host of issues face the markets, beyond the prospect of a possible default on U.S. debt. Hedge your bets and ride it out, our columnist says...Read More
Send Us Your College Application Essay About Money, Work or Social Class
5/4/2023 6:00 AM
Each year, we publish a handful of essays by high school seniors. We’d love to read yours. If we use it, we’ll pay you...Read More
401(k) Hardship Withdrawals Tick Up as Inflation Stays High
5/29/2023 9:12 PM
Retirement plan administrators are noting an uptick in hardship withdrawals. But taking that money out can harm your future financial security...Read More
As the Student Loan Payment Pause Ends, Here’s What to Know
6/1/2023 9:49 AM
A deal to raise the debt ceiling would require borrowers of federal student loans to resume paying for the first time since early in the pandemic...Read More
Interest Rates on Federal Student Loans to Rise Next School Year
5/19/2023 8:00 AM
Rates for undergraduate loans could top 5 percent next school year, adding pressure on families already struggling to pay for college...Read More
How a Daughter Helped Her Mother Get Her Student Loans Forgiven
5/13/2023 2:00 AM
Susan Miskin retired from her teaching job in 2019 and didn’t think she’d ever pay off her student loans. Then, her only child stepped in...Read More
More Options to Pay for Medical Care, but Some May Be Costly
5/12/2023 8:00 AM
Consumer experts are warning patients that some offerings charge much higher interest rates than regular credit cards...Read More
Once an Evangelist for Airbnbs, She Now Crusades for Affordable Housing
5/12/2023 4:00 AM
Precious Price ditched her profitable business of renting home stays to tourists to combat the mounting housing crisis...Read More
What New Mortgage Fees Will Mean for Buyers With Good and Bad Credit
5/8/2023 10:41 AM
Changes to fees applied to federal mortgages have led to a misconception that borrowers with low credit scores will pay less at the expense of borrowers with good credit...Read More

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