Vanessa Perry, nonresident fellow at the Urban Institute Housing Finance Policy Center, talks to NPR's Ayesha Rascoe about new "zero-down" mortgages for first-time Black and Hispanic homebuyers.
The IRS is refunding penalties it charged taxpayers for filing their 2019 and 2020 tax returns late, as a form of COVID-19 relief. The refunds don't apply to penalties for failing to pay your taxes.
With mortgage rates up sharply, many more homebuyers are turning to adjustable rate loans. These can be more affordable, at least at first. But they come with a big risk. Is it worth it?
Seven states have tax policies on the books that could require them to treat student loans canceled by the federal government as taxable income.
A North Carolina-based semiconductor company announced Friday it will build a $5 billion manufacturing plant in its home state to produce silicon carbide wafers, which is emerging as a favored part
The FTC order came after nearly a third of Credit Karma users who were told they qualified for preapproved credit card offers were actually turned down, wasting their time and hurting credit scores.
With a strengthening dollar and rising commodity prices, developing nations are having a hard time paying their debts.
Federal prosecutors say Johanna Garcia's company wasn't a funding miracle for small businesses but a lucrative Ponzi scheme whose co-conspirators spent millions of dollars on luxury items.
A Yale professor of finance read through 50 popular finance books to see how they square with traditional economic theory.