As of July 1, the rate on direct loans for undergraduates will be 3.76 percent. The rate on direct loans made to graduate students will be 5.31 percent, down from 5.84 percent. The rate for Plus loans, made to the parents of undergraduates or to graduate students, is 6.31 percent, down from 6.84 percent.
You’ve probably heard or read of more than one famous person who died without the most basic of estate planning tools: a will. This brings up a vitally important question. What long-term impact do you want to have on the people and causes that are important to you?
Housewarming parties have become more common lately, so you might even be directed to a gift registry. (Yes, housewarming registries are a thing now.)But like wedding registries, housewarming wish lists are just suggestions
Britain's decision to leave the European Union is having a huge effect on financial markets Friday, sending many assets plunging and a few soaring as traders try to gauge the fallout for the British and European economies and beyond.
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo signed into law the state's $8.94 billion budget Friday, saying she is proud of the plan that reduces a structural deficit and makes record investments in education and workforce development.
Minnesota's largest health insurer will pull the bulk of its plans off the individual market at the end of the year, forcing an estimated 103,000 residents to find new health care plans and providing the latest reminder of volatility in the market that's been reshaped by President Barack Obama's health care law.
The final budget deal struck by Louisiana's lawmakers took a lopsided approach to the TOPS program, giving college students full tuition funding for the fall semester and only 42 percent financing for the spring.
The nation's largest health insurer is slashing the options diabetics will have for insulin pumps in a push to cut costs and steer customers toward good products. But the move has angered patients who say choice is extremely important.
Sitting on a bench alongside a vacant volleyball court, Dr. Omar Easy opens a small carton of chocolate milk, pops in the straw and guides it to son Easton's lips between the bites of raspberries and blueberries.