Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Mortgage rates are in for a bumpy ride in June. Also in the news: Should you get a home equity line of credit, common myths about travel insurance, and what to do (and not do) if you’re ever fired or laid off.

Mortgage Rates Are In for a Bumpy Ride in June
Mortgage rates might be volatile in June.

Your New Home Has Grown in loan, Value. Should You Get a HELOC?
Some new homeowners have seen tremendous growth in their equity in a short period of time. If you meet lender requirements, a HELOC is one way to access it.

6 Common Myths About Travel Insurance and What It Covers
Travel insurance isn’t a magic Band-Aid on trip troubles. It’s important to know what coverage you need.

What to Do (and Not Do) If You Ever Get Fired or Laid Off
You might want to tell your boss exactly what you think of them—but let’s hold off on that.

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