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Max Fay

Max Fay has been writing about personal finance for Debt.org for the past five years. His expertise is in student loans, credit cards and mortgages. Max inherited a genetic predisposition to being tight with his money and free with financial advice. He was published in every major newspaper in Florida while working his way through Florida State University. He can be reached at [email protected].

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Best Egg

By Max Fay | March 10, 2022

Best Egg promotes itself as a way to secure your nest egg with quick and efficient online financing. It offers debt consolidation loans ranging from $2,000–$50,000 with terms of 36…

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How to Stop Foreclosure

By Max Fay | October 7, 2021

Losing your home to foreclosure is a scary and depressing prospect. Aside from the short-term need for housing, there is the longer-term damage it does to your financial future. But…

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How to Find an Affordable Bankruptcy Attorney

By Max Fay | October 4, 2021

The very fact that an individual is considering bankruptcy speaks to the difficulty in paying an attorney to help you file. If you’re in debt, does it make more sense…

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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13

By Max Fay | September 30, 2021

Declaring bankruptcy is a big deal. The long-term damage it can do to your credit is such that bankruptcy only should be considered as a last resort, after credit counseling,…

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Can You Buy a House After Bankruptcy?

By Max Fay | September 22, 2021

Bankruptcy does not preclude anyone from buying a home, but it will take some serious work to get it done. Buying a home after bankruptcy depends on taking the right…

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Buying a Car After Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | August 11, 2021

After the unpleasantness of bankruptcy proceedings is finally over, a sobering question may arise: What if I need to buy a car? There’s good news: It’s possible, especially if the…

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Can I File for Bankruptcy Without My Spouse?

By Max Fay | August 5, 2021

Though there is room to debate the wisdom of filing for bankruptcy without your spouse, there is no law preventing a husband or wife from doing so. There are several…

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What Makes Chapter 13 Bankruptcy a Bad Idea?

By Max Fay | July 20, 2021

Bankruptcy laws exist for those whose debt has become unmanageable. Whether it’s bad fortune (think medical bills or a lost job) or financial irresponsibility (think reckless spending with credit cards,…

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Low Cost Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | July 16, 2021

Bankruptcy is a scary word that gets even scarier when you realize it’s going to cost you money you don’t have, to get rid of the debts you do have.…

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Filing Chapter 7 With No Money

By Max Fay | July 12, 2021

The oxymoron of bankruptcy is that a person in significant debt has to find money to pay for the way to get out of debt. Government thinking, no? Yes, Chapter…

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Refinancing Mortgage for Debt Consolidation

By Max Fay | June 3, 2021

Debt consolidation through a refinanced mortgage is an attractive and beneficial way to pay off loans and eliminate high-interest debt. The prime factor for qualifying for debt consolidation refinancing is…

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Debt Consolidation for Payday Loans

By Max Fay | May 28, 2021

About 55 million Americans don’t have emergency savings, so it follows that when emergencies happen, they turn to payday loans. Approximately 12 million consumers use payday loans and typically pay…

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The 6 Biggest Debt Consolidation Myths: Know the Truth

By Max Fay | May 28, 2021

If you’re looking for a way out of debt, chances are good you’ve come across the term “debt consolidation” and chances are just as good that everyone you talk to…

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Adding a Teenager to Your Car Insurance Policy

By Max Fay | May 27, 2021

Teens see a driver’s license as a ticket to adulthood and adventure while their parents likely view it as a torpedo aimed at their household budget. The cost of adding…

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I Can’t Pay My Cable Bill: What To Do

By Max Fay | May 25, 2021

Another month, another budget-crippling cable bill. When will it ever stop? The average cable bill is now $103.15 a month and is increasing year after year, despite more competition. What…

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Millennial’s Car Rental Issues & Alternatives

By Max Fay | May 24, 2021

We can drive a car at 16, vote at 18, drink at 21, but until recently, we couldn’t rent a car until 25. Fortunately for the 25-and-under crowd, those rules…

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Save Money With A Roommate & How to Find One

By Max Fay | May 24, 2021

We’ve heard all about your roommate nightmares. There’s the guy who walks around in his boxers eating all your leftovers, or the girl blasting Beyoncé at two in the morning…

How Can You Get Out of Credit Card Debt Without Paying?

By Max Fay | May 23, 2021

Paying credit card bills can feel like fighting a fire. You put out one flame and another pops up. Eventually, you just want to get away from the flames. A…

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Credit Cards for Millennials: Terms, How to Apply & Rewards Programs

By Max Fay | May 20, 2021

  Credit cards are a hot topic for Millennials. Half of the world tells us that credit cards are pure evil and the other half constantly brags about the “rewards”…

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I Lost My Health Insurance, Now What?

By Max Fay | May 17, 2021

A pink slip can be a traumatic experience but losing your employer-provided health insurance is nothing short of devastating. Since the coronavirus pandemic erupted in early 2020, tens of millions…

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Dangers of Using Student Loans to Buy a Car

By Max Fay | May 13, 2021

When the federal government handed out the first student loans in 1958, the message was simple: This money is to be used for education purposes, meaning tuition, books, fees, supplies…

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Dorm vs. Apartment: Which is Cheaper

By Max Fay | May 12, 2021

Where to live in college is annually one of fiercest arguments in every household, but if you think you’re going to win a debate between dorms and apartments based on…

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College Guide to Buying Computers

By Max Fay | May 12, 2021

Complete reliance on a laptop is one of the most common shared experiences among college students. You stay up late in the library, pounding on your keyboard and thinking to…

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Chapter 10 Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | March 15, 2021

The federal bankruptcy system could see a drastic overhaul if a bill proposed by two Congressional Democrats becomes law. Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Ma.) say their…

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Should You Use Debt Consolidation Loans or Balance Transfer Cards?

By Max Fay | March 8, 2021

If the size and complexity of your debt is bothering you, trust your instincts. Yes, you ought to consider consolidating that debt to make it more manageable. There is good…

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How Many Times Can You File for Bankruptcy?

By Max Fay | November 23, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has drained millions of bank accounts and destroyed thousands of businesses. But it’s expected to be good for one business: bankruptcy. When stimulus payments and forbearance measures…

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Texas

By Max Fay | August 12, 2020

If you’re a Texas first-time homebuyer, the process can seem overwhelming and intimidating. The challenges include a tight supply of homes and rising prices. But there’s help available that can…

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Can You File Bankruptcy on Medical Bills?

By Max Fay | July 10, 2020

Medical treatment gets people well. Medical bills make a lot of people sick. Healthcare costs in the U.S. are skyrocketing toward $4 trillion a year. Paying them is so difficult…

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Small Business Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | May 18, 2020

While much of the way forward remains murky, many small businesses were casualties of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic and more may fade away as the pandemic rolls into its third year.…

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Types of Bankruptcies

By Max Fay | May 5, 2020

Deciding to declare bankruptcy may be the most important choice of your financial life. But it’s only the first choice. Picking the chapter of bankruptcy that best suits your situation…

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Can Credit Counseling Help with Payday Loans?

By Max Fay | February 27, 2020

When in need of quick cash to pay a bill or an emergency expense, a payday loan is often the easiest place to turn. It is also often the most…

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Veteran & Active Duty Military Credit Counseling

By Max Fay | February 24, 2020

Financial problems, it turns out, are bigger stressors among military families than deployment, moving, and separation from family. Service members and their spouses ranked financial stress as their biggest concern…

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Can You Buy a Home While on Credit Counseling?

By Max Fay | February 20, 2020

People normally enter credit counseling when they are struggling with burdensome debt and need help working through it. In most cases, buying a home and taking on a mortgage isn’t…

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Cheapest Software to File Taxes Online

By Max Fay | February 14, 2020

Advertiser Disclosure Debt.org wants to help those in debt understand their finances and equip themselves with the tools to manage debt. Our information is available for free, however the services…

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First-Time Homebuyer Programs

By Max Fay | January 30, 2020

Traditionally, few achievements are more cherished in America than homeownership. We regard the home as castle, shrine, gathering place, and refuge, the bricks, mortar, and timber symbol of our liberty…

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30 Year Fixed Mortgage

By Max Fay | January 16, 2020

For generations, the 30-year fixed mortgage has reigned, like hot dogs and apple pie, as America’s gold standard. We love it for it’s predictability and affordability. A 30-year fixed mortgage…

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How to Get Out of a Timeshare

By Max Fay | January 7, 2020

Congratulations, you’ve bought a timeshare! If you are like a lot of people, your next move will be trying to get rid of it. Buyer’s remorse grips a lot of…

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Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | December 30, 2019

When you’ve reached the end of your rope, goes the maxim, tie a knot and hang on. Good advice if you have rope left. If not, and if what little…

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Best Credit Counseling Agencies

By Max Fay | November 5, 2019

  Credit counseling agencies are a dime a dozen, but choosing the right agency can feel like a game of Russian Roulette. How do you know who to trust? What…

Credit Counseling vs. Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | November 5, 2019

Medical emergencies, job losses and even divorces can turn a solid financial base into mush, forcing you to make gut-wrenching decisions that come with lasting consequences. Get to know your…

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Recognizing a Credit Repair or Credit Counseling Scam

By Max Fay | November 4, 2019

Just making a phone call or clicking a link online to a credit counseling or credit repair company should make you feel like you’re one step closer to putting your…

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Should You Consolidate Federal Student Loans?

By Max Fay | August 19, 2019

A college education doesn’t come cheap, as 44 million Americans can attest. Collectively, they have borrowed $1.5 trillion to score a diploma and paying it back hasn’t been easy. About…

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How to Appeal a Social Security Disability Denial

By Max Fay | July 15, 2019

About Social Security Disability Denial If you’ve suffered a catastrophic accident, or endured a harrowing diagnosis, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. Tread carefully. The path to…

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7 Ways to Consolidate Credit Card Debt

By Max Fay | May 24, 2019

If you’re having difficulty managing credit card debt, you may want to consider consolidation. The main benefits of credit card consolidation are reduced interest rates and fewer accounts to manage.…

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Credit Card Debt Consolidation vs Refinancing

By Max Fay | May 10, 2019

Credit cards are amazingly handy tools. They allow you to pay for practically anything in an instant, no checks or cash required, at least not at that moment. Bills do…

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Loan Forgiveness, Grants & Financial Help For Teachers

By Max Fay | May 9, 2019

Teaching is both a profession and a calling. What it is not is lucrative. Few occupations produce so much reward for so little gain. Happily, options are available for managing…

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Medical Loans & Patient Financing

By Max Fay | May 2, 2019

Health is priceless and illness can be very expensive. For a significant number of Americans, the cost of a medical emergency can put family finances in intensive care even after…

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Financial Assistance for Medical Bills

By Max Fay | May 2, 2019

Even those with health insurance aren’t immune to medical debt problems. Though the federal Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) expanded the number of people with insurance coverage, little has been done…

Debt Consolidation Loan Alternatives

By Max Fay | April 24, 2019

Taking out a debt consolidation loan is a good strategy for consumers trying to eliminate high interest credit card debt, but there is a hitch to this plan if you start with…

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Financial Aid for Special Needs Children and Adults

By Max Fay | April 3, 2019

If you know, you know. That saying is trite, but it probably applies here, especially if we add a word. If you know, you already know. If you know your…

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Financial Help for Cancer Patients

By Max Fay | April 2, 2019

Cancer’s devastation is nearly boundless. It threatens lives, terrifies families and drains savings, undermining even the best laid financial plans. But there’s help beyond medicine for those who receive this…

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Financial Advice for Mental Diseases & Disorders

By Max Fay | April 1, 2019

*If you’re currently experiencing a mental health crisis or if you’re considering harming yourself or others, please get help immediately. You can call the free and confidential National Suicide Prevention…

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What to Do If You Can’t Pay Your Rent

By Max Fay | March 18, 2019

Considering that more than one-third of people in the U.S. are living paycheck to paycheck with no real emergency fund or savings, it’s not surprising that many of us find…

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Home Equity Loans

By Max Fay | January 24, 2019

Need some extra cash? Home equity loans are a convenient, low-cost way to borrow large sums at favorable rates. Home equity loans for debt consolidation will have a much lower…

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What is the Student Loan Consolidation Program?

By Max Fay | January 22, 2019

Why Consolidate Student Loans? It simplifies repayment and could save you money. It is quite common for people with student loans to deal with 10-12 lending institutions, which means 10-12…

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Lower Your Student Loan Interest

By Max Fay | January 14, 2019

If this headline piqued your interest, then maybe the interest rate on your student loan has peaked too. There’s a few things you can do send your student loan interest…

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Online Homebuyer Education Courses: Your Options

By Max Fay | January 8, 2019

Four of the more popular online courses are HomeTrek, eHomeAmerica, Framework and Alliance Credit Counseling. Here’s a look at the costs and strengths of each program. Updated: April 16, 2021…

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What to Expect During an IRS Tax Audit & How to Prepare

By Max Fay | December 12, 2018

Slightly more than one million taxpayers faced an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audit of their individual tax return in 2017, but that accounted for less than 1% of all returns.…

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Credit Counseling

By Max Fay | December 4, 2018

Credit counseling is designed to help consumers avoid bankruptcy and escape living paycheck-to-paycheck. Credit counselors offer advice on budgeting, managing money and other basics of finance. They assist people unsure…

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Student Debt Relief

By Max Fay | November 14, 2018

Consumers are $500 million deeper in debt with student loans than credit cards. So, where are all the breathless commercials and billboards for relief from academic loans like you see…

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How to Pay Off Medical School Loans Faster

By Max Fay | October 17, 2018

Medical school is expensive. To put it in perspective, 2017 graduates with medical school debt owed an average of $192,000, which happens to be the same cost as buying a…

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Credit and Your Consumer Rights

By Max Fay | September 21, 2018

The lives of American consumers are increasingly like open books: vulnerable to sophisticated cyber-snoopers capable of discovering a great deal about how people save and spend. Yet even as the…

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Medical Debt Relief

By Max Fay | September 21, 2018

Choose Your Debt Amount Medical Debt Help in Minutes AVERAGE DAILY HOSPITAL COSTS $0 AVERAGE ANNUAL NURSING HOME RATE $0 MONEY SPENT ON HEALTH CARE IN 2016 $0 Trillion Medical…

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Law School Loans: How to Refinance and Consolidate

By Max Fay | August 8, 2018

Jason Thomas went to law school for the money. The student loans never bothered him because he was going to graduate, start practicing law and make a whole lot of…

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Understanding Credit Reports

By Max Fay | July 16, 2018

If you plan to participate meaningfully in the U.S. economy, it is vital to examine your credit report every year, and understand everything in it. A credit report is a…

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

By Max Fay | July 11, 2018

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is an independent agency under the Federal Reserve System. It was created in 2010 to protect and educate consumers about their dealings with financial…

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Secured Credit Cards

By Max Fay | June 11, 2018

If you don’t qualify for a traditional credit card because you have no credit history, secured credit cards are a great way to get your toes wet and learn how…

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13 Ways to Deal with Debt Collectors & Agencies

By Max Fay | May 20, 2018

The debt collection industry generates $11 billion a year from the 70 million Americans who haven’t or can’t pay their bills. Debt collectors get most of their revenue from people…

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What Are Charge-Offs?

By Max Fay | May 7, 2018

If you are struggling to make payments on credit accounts, receiving a message like this – “Your account has been charged off!” – might sound like the answer to your dreams. It…

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Garnishment Process

By Max Fay | March 15, 2018

Wage garnishment is a subject people want to avoid talking about, but if your wages are being garnished that is exactly what you should be talking about. Wage garnishment is…

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Interest Rates on Student Loans

By Max Fay | March 9, 2018

Student loans are meant to help individuals reach their higher education goals. Because of this, they typically carry lower interest rates than other types of loans and debts. Still, your…

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Student Loan Repayment Benefit: How it Works, Company List & Payments

By Max Fay | February 14, 2018

Move over 401(k) and health insurance plans, there’s a new company benefit tailored to the millennial workforce. The “Student Loan Repayment Benefit” is the name, and it is being offered…

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College Budgeting: How to Save Money in College

By Max Fay | November 20, 2017

The college years typically are a student’s first steps into adulthood and if you don’t want to stumble directly into debt as you work toward a diploma, learn how to…

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College Textbooks Cost Too Much 

By Max Fay | September 27, 2017

Everyone knows the price tag for college rises every year, but even soaring tuition costs can’t keep up with the skyrocketing price of college textbooks. According to data from the…

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Debt and Discrimination

By Max Fay | August 25, 2017

While banks and other lenders have the right and responsibility to gauge the financial fitness of any person that applies for a loan, several federal laws prohibit them from engaging…

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Financial Aid Process

By Max Fay | August 22, 2017

The college financial aid process is long and it’s boring, but it can be a long  and boring road to riches. The federal government handed out $125.7 billion in financial…

Merit-Based Scholarships & Grants

By Max Fay | August 8, 2017

Merit-based scholarships could be the most misunderstood aspect of college financial aid, based on the common misconceptions that: Only straight-A students qualify Only a few of the straight-A students actually get…

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Unsecured Debt

By Max Fay | August 7, 2017

Unsecured debt is any debt that is not tied to an asset, like a home or automobile. This most commonly means credit card debt, but can also refer to items…

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Need-Based Scholarships & Grants

By Max Fay | June 27, 2017

Need-based scholarships and grants are exactly what their title indicates: money for students with a financial need. More than 85% of college students receive some form of financial aid so there is…

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Scholarships & Grants for College Students

By Max Fay | June 15, 2017

When an 18 year old is concerned about budgeting, you know the cost of college tuition is getting out of hand. A new survey conducted by the Princeton Review says…

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Income-Based Repayment of Student Loans

By Max Fay | May 18, 2017

Finding a decent solution to paying off student loan debt is becoming almost as difficult for college graduates as finding a decent job. The federal government defaults every student loan…

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Gambling and Debt

By Max Fay | February 6, 2017

Gambling is essentially anything that starts with the phrase “I bet…” And you can bet America loves to gamble. About 75% of adults in the U.S. – that’s 194 million…

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Hospice Costs & End-of-Life Options

By Max Fay | March 22, 2016

End-of-life decisions are always difficult. The COVID-19 pandemic made them even worse because many more people have had to make those decisions. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported…

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How to Pay Back Student Loans

By Max Fay | November 18, 2015

More than 4.4 million college students received some sort of college diploma in 2021 — from associate’s to doctorate or professional degrees — but whatever else that can be said…

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How to Avoid COVID-19 Scams

By Max Fay | November 9, 2020

You don’t have to catch the virus to get harmed by COVID-19. As soon as the pandemic hit, scams arose to take advantage of people’s fears. In 2020, Americans have…

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How Biden & Trump Tax Policies Compare

By Max Fay | October 2, 2020

The gap between the presidential candidates on tax programs is Grand Canyon-esque. And that may understate it. President Donald Trump wants to continue the 2017 tax cut, which his campaign…

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Payroll Tax Deferral: Is It Worth It?

By Max Fay | September 11, 2020

Many American businesses are disregarding President Trump’s order allowing them to temporarily stop withholding Social Security taxes from their employees’ paychecks. The plan, they say, is confusing and won’t produce…

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It’s a Great Time to Consolidate Credit Card Debt

By Max Fay | August 27, 2020

If you’re considering a consolidation loan to sweep away credit card debt and lower your monthly interest payments, do it! There couldn’t be a better time. All you need is…

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New Federal Unemployment Benefits Proposed in the HEALS Act

By Max Fay | July 27, 2020

If you’ve lost your job due to the coronavirus crisis, your unemployment benefits are likely to decrease very soon. It’s just a question of how much. That will be decided…

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Hazard Pay for Essential Workers

By Max Fay | June 1, 2020

“You deserve hazard pay for that job!” All of us probably have either said that or someone said it to us, and it’s almost always a tongue-in-cheek expression of sympathy…

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Democratic Presidential Candidates Plan to End Student Debt Crisis

By Max Fay | July 1, 2019

It’s impossible not to notice that student loan debt has emerged as a big issue in the campaigns for the 2020 Democratic Party presidential nominations. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren brought…

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The Future of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

By Max Fay | March 8, 2018

President Trump’s latest budget proposal to Congress calls, once again, for the elimination of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. This is the second time Trump has recommended eliminating…

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Millennials Using Side Jobs to Pay Off Debt

By Max Fay | August 2, 2017

In the words of rapper/philosopher Jay Z: “You can’t knock the hustle.” Millennials are having to hustle to pay their student loan debt. Over 44 million American have student loan…

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Why Millennials Aren’t Buying Homes

By Max Fay | December 14, 2016

Data shows that homeownership among millennials is down, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t interested in buying a home. In the last two decades, homeownership in the U.S. has declined…

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Changes to FAFSA Benefits Students

By Max Fay | October 25, 2016

You’re a college student, and life feels grand. You have your classes picked out for next semester, and you’ve signed a lease through next year. Everything is falling into place.…

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Taylor Swift Sends Check to Fan to Help With Student Loans

By Max Fay | January 14, 2015

It pays to be a Taylor Swift fan. The music super-star recently sent a super fan a large check to help pay off her student loans.  A woman named Rebekah Bortnicker…