The government shutdown could bring the Orange County real estate market to a standstill.
Experts say organizing finances each month is one resolution that could help your pocketbook as you start the new year.
Activists behind “Bank Transfer Day” are hoping tens of thousands of people on Saturday will voluntarily switch their money to not-for-profit credit unions.
If you owe money to the federal government, the White House wants lawmakers to make sure you’re reachable wherever you are.
Sen. Barbara Boxer is calling on lawmakers to give millions the chance to refinance their home loans or face another potential meltdown in the housing market.
A man with no criminal record says he was dragged by SWAT officers onto his front lawn in his boxer shorts and detained for six hours over his estranged wife’s defaulted student loans.
A new survey shows most college students may not be too concerned that they could be in for decades of debt servitude, despite the high risk of defaulting on their loan.
A judge has delayed trial proceedings for the so-called “Bell 8″ until later this summer.
The Federal Reserve plans to release documents on Thursday identifying financial companies that received Fed loans to survive the financial crisis.
Are you struggling to make your mortgage payments and have a loan with Fannie Mae? A new help center is opening in Culver City that may help you avoid foreclosure.
With one in every eight workers unemployed and empty state coffers, California is borrowing billions of dollars from the federal government to pay unemployment insurance.
Officials say up to 400,000 homeowners are “underwater” — having negative equity — in their mortgages in Los Angeles County.
California’s budget impasse has Los Angeles County health clinics taking out loans in a struggle to make ends meets.