Annie Nova’s Posts

More and more retirees are considering moving abroad. Here are five places where the cost of living is low — really low.

Big changes could be coming down the pipeline for the 44 million Americans with student debt.

Most people who start saving for retirement expect things to go well. However, there are many events that can eat away at your nest egg. Here are some of the biggest pitfalls and how to avoid them.

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren lashed out at billionaire Leon Cooperman on Monday for his stake in student loan servicer Navient and stressed the importance of forgiving student debt.

Wayne Johnson, who was in charge of student debt under the Trump administration, is now calling for most of the debt to be cancelled.

Big changes could be coming down the pipeline for the 44 million Americans with student debt.

A senior government official appointed by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos resigned Thursday, saying the current student loan system is “fundamentally broken” and calling for billions of dollars in debt to be forgiven.

Social Security is a central pillar in retirement security for current retirees and baby boomers. Younger generations are predicting a different outcome.

Despite the red flags flapping for the economy, many Americans say they’re not financially prepared for the next recession.

After an event at Keene State College in New Hampshire, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden sketched out his higher education plan.

Your college major has a huge impact on the size of your paycheck later on. Pharmacy majors earn a median salary of $100,000, while music majors make $36,000.

Credit card rewards can be tempting. They can also be costly.

Nearly 70% of people with credit card debt are trying to pick up cash-back and other perks from their cards, even though they’re carrying a balance that’s costing them interest, according to a new survey by Bankrate.com.

Recognizing their price tags have turned many students away, a record number of schools are “re-setting” their tuition rates.

Retirement has been on your mind. You’ve been thinking about the right time to finally leave your job, and what the next chapter of your life will be like.

Then the trade war between the world’s two largest economies heated up. Your savings went down. And people started talking about a recession.

A new list by SeniorAdvice.com — a housing referral service — ranks the best places to spend your golden years.