Drivers Got More Reckless During COVID-19. Now, Your Car Insurance Rates May Rise as a Result

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June 19, 2021
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The good news: There are ways to lower your costs.
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FAMILY FINANCE
Eligibility criteria for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness are confusing.

MORTGAGES
The average rate for a 30-year mortgage, is up 0.178 percentage points from yesterday.

FAMILY FINANCE
A majority of millennials without kids say cost is a primary reason.

REAL ESTATE
5 Places Where Buying a Home Is Actually Cheaper than Renting
Falling interest rates are making homownership cheaper.
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