Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Crushing student loan debt prompts parents to consider postponing their retirement. Also in the news: Who should and shouldn’t consider using a personal loan to pay off holiday debt, the number one insurance claim filed by homeowners in the winter, and will employees be able to travel more this year?

Crushing student loan debt prompts parents to postpone their retirement
A federal program allows parents to borrow the full amount of a college education for their child, which could take decades to pay off.

Who should — and should not — consider using a personal loan to pay off holiday debt
How best to get a personal loan if it makes sense for you.

The number one insurance claims filed by homeowners in winter
If a winter weather disaster strikes would you know what to do?

Will you be able to travel more this year?
Working remotely from abroad is still a roll of the dice—should you do it, or just unplug?

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