This week’s money news

This week’s top story: The home and auto insurance crisis and how to keep your coverage. In other news: 5 options if you’re crushed by student loan and credit card debt, why Delta’s elite status changes matter, and 8 Latino financial influencers to follow in 2023.

The Home and Auto Insurance Crisis and How to Keep Your Coverage
What good is insurance if you can’t afford it? More people across the U.S. are finding out.

5 Options if You’re Crushed by Student Loan and Credit Card Debt
Make the most of the 12-month on-ramp period by coming up with a debt-payoff strategy.

Ask a Travel Nerd: Why Delta’s Elite Status Changes Matter
Delta is adopting requirements that raise the bar to earn elite status, leaving loyalists annoyed — and for good reason.

8 Latino Financial Influencers to Follow in 2023
Latino financial experts offer advice for building trust in financial systems, generational wealth and how financial institutions can better serve their communities.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Spring travel ahead? One airline is prioritizing customer safety. Also in the news: Considering elite airline status in 2021, taking some of the mystery out of buying a house sight unseen, and how to build your credit without a credit card.

Spring Travel Ahead? One Airline Is Prioritizing Customer Safety
Delta is now the only major airline blocking middle seats on all domestic flights through the spring.

Is Airline Elite Status Worth Considering in 2021?
The requirements to earn elite status are lower this year, so it’s easier to get these perks for 2021 and 2022.

Take Some of the Mystery Out of Buying a House Sight Unseen
Finding the right agent and getting help from others on the ground can help you buy a house even if you can’t visit it in person.

How to Build Your Credit Without a Credit Card
Credit builder loans can help.