Are You Responsible for Paying Someone Else’s Debt?

You didn’t spend the money, but that doesn’t always mean you don’t have to pay it back. Understanding when this occurs can help you avoid negative financial situations or, in the event you are taking on the debt, how to proceed.

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Understanding Taxes on Earned Interest from Your Checking or Savings Account

The best account options, like a high-yield savings account (HYSA) and select checking accounts, also allow you to earn interest on your balance.

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College Costs and FAFSA Guidance for the 2024-2025 School Year

Every year, the College Board releases new college cost data and trends in its annual report. The figures published are average cost figures based on a survey of approximately 4,000 colleges across the country. 

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The Gift of Saving: How to Make Holiday Presents More Affordable

The holiday season is synonymous with joy, warmth, and, unfortunately, a spike in spending. This year, U.S. consumers budgeted over $600 to spend on presents for loved ones.1 

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