If you are a student borrower working to qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, here are six tips that can help.
Earlier this summer, the Centers for Disease Control released a report showing that suicide rates between 1999 and 2016 have increased more than 30 percent in half of the states and by about 16 percent in the District.
Last year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received nearly 14,000 complaints about identity theft of individuals 19 years old or younger.
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Fraudsters are increasingly using fake listings to steal money and financial information from people who are on the hunt for great deals on long-term leases and short-term vacation rentals.
OAG is rolling out a few special initiatives designed to give parents the tools they need to support their children.
Most of these charities live up to fundraising promises, but a few attract donations by lying about the support they deliver.
A growing number of financial companies are mass-mailing checks to consumers across the country, making it easy for them to accept a high-interest loan just by signing the check.
District residents should be on the lookout for scammers impersonating DC Water technicians.