College costs are rising fast. One way you can save for college expenses is through a 529 plan. Did you know that you can start saving in a 529 before your child is even born?
In many parts of the United States, it’s essential to own a car. Here are the steps you should take to hit the road once you arrive in the US as an immigrant.
If your baby was recently born in the US and you want to take it to India, there are certain steps you need to take.
When international students are shopping for a student loan, they will find that most loans to attend school in the US require a US-based cosigner. What are your options if you don't have one?
Becoming a U.S. permanent resident or naturalized citizen is a lengthy and expensive process. What's the best way to plan for the costs?
Many people find gambling to be great entertainment. You may have also noticed an enticing lottery jackpot and wish to join in on the fun. However, you may wonder if you are allowed to play the lottery or gamble while you are on a visa in the US?
If you just graduated from a US college or graduate school as an international student, you may be starting to explore making payments on your student loans. In some cases, you may find that your payments are quite high or you may wonder if you can switch to a lower interest rate. International students are eligible to refinance their student loans under certain circumstances.
If you just received an offer letter for a job in the United States, you’re probably very excited! It can be tempting to sign right away. However, whether it’s your first job offer you’ve received in the US or your fifth, it’s important to go over an offer letter carefully.
Are you a foreigner looking to buy a home in the United States? If yes, the good news is that anyone can buy a home in the US regardless of citizenship. But there are some key differences you should be aware of.
If you are a foreigner working in the US, it is a good idea to contribute to a 401(k) plan if your employer offers one. But what should you do if you move back to your home country?
All immigrants face a common barrier: a lack of US credit history. Here's a guide to building your credit score.
Did you just receive your first paycheck as an immigrant in the US? If yes, your first American pay stub might look confusing to you. To help you get to know your pay stub and understand all the different deductions and words, here’s a guide.
At one point, you might need to send funds to a friend or family member who is in another part of the world. You have several choices if you’re planning to send money abroad. Prices, convenience, and speed can vary greatly. We’ve distilled the Top 5 options for sending money abroad.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) led to major changes to the US tax law. You should be aware of tweaks that could affect your 2018 return.
If you file taxes in the US, you may be able to deduct student loan interest from your taxable income. But what if the interest payments are made on a student loan from a non-US bank?
Here are 10 common tax-filing mistakes encountered by immigrants. As you prepare for tax season, take care to make sure you’ve avoided them!