“You never know what people will argue about.” Tips to prevent your children from going to war over your estate. – Market observation | Vette Leader

Robert, the older brother, and Lon, the younger, became close growing up in the borough of Queens, New York. But when her mother died and left most of her fortune to Robert, Lon was devastated. Lon felt betrayed by his mother and was angry with his brother. Wanting nothing more to do with Robert, he … Read more

Medicare open enrollment ends December 7th. That’s why it’s important to assess your coverage for 2023 – CNBC | Vette Leader

Jose Luis Pelaez Inc | digital vision | Getty Images Between eating leftover turkey and chasing bargains amid holiday sales, be sure to check your Medicare coverage if you haven’t already. During the program’s annual open enrollment period, which began October 15 and ends December 7, you can make changes that take effect on January … Read more

Student loan payments may not resume until August. Here’s what borrowers need to know – CNBC | Vette Leader

President Joe Biden and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. The Washington Post | The Washington Post | Getty Images It’s been nearly three years since people on federal student loans had to make a debt repayment, and the Biden administration recently announced borrowers have even more time. In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic first … Read more

Student loan payments may not resume until August. Here’s what borrowers need to know – CNBC | Vette Leader

President Joe Biden and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. The Washington Post | The Washington Post | Getty Images It’s been nearly three years since people on federal student loans had to make a debt repayment, and the Biden administration recently announced borrowers have even more time. In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic first … Read more

What Happens to Student Loan Forgiveness? Here’s the latest, including an extension to the payment pause – CNBC | Vette Leader

When the Biden administration announced its student loan forgiveness plan in August, it was an unprecedented move to reduce borrowers’ $1.6 trillion in debt. However, the forgiveness plan now faces several legal challenges, leaving borrowers wondering what will happen next. In the past two months, student loan forgiveness has been the target of two high-profile … Read more

Cash-strapped consumers are tipping less amid persistent inflation – CNBC | Vette Leader

The Sweet Bakery & Cafe in Battleground, Washington Source: Irina Sirotkina It’s holiday season, but Americans are feeling a little less generous. With inflation near record highs, cash-strapped consumers have started to tip less – particularly when it comes to quick, casual dining and take-out. “Tipping is the first sign of reduced spending,” said Amanda … Read more

Black Friday Sales 2022: If You’re Spending Too Much, Try These Ways to “Hack” Your Psychology – 7NEWS | Vette Leader

It’s the end of the year, which means the holiday shopping season has really started. If you haven’t already seen your spending increase, opportunity is looming. And you’re probably concerned about spending your money wisely. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: For more Personal Finance news and videos, visit Personal Finance >> In addition, shopping can be … Read more

Biden administration extends student loan payment pause to 2023 – FOX 7 Austin | Vette Leader

article The disbursement pause for the federal student loan has been extended again. President Joe Biden will extend the payment pause on federal student loans by 60 days after June 30, 2023, or after the administration is allowed to go ahead with its student debt relief plan, the president announced in a video posted to … Read more

Biden administration extends student loan payment pause to 2023 – FOX 6 Milwaukee | Vette Leader

article The disbursement pause for the federal student loan has been extended again. President Joe Biden will extend the payment pause on federal student loans by 60 days after June 30, 2023, or after the administration is allowed to go ahead with its student debt relief plan, the president announced in a video posted to … Read more

Edmunds: How to Temper Rising Auto Loan Rates – US News & World Report | Vette Leader

By RONALD MONTOYA, Edmunds The Federal Reserve released its last rate hike in early November. It’s the sixth hike this year and has pushed financing rates on new auto loans to their highest levels since 2019. Interest rates for used cars have also reached their highest level since 2010. This will affect car buyers this … Read more