According to the U.S. Treasury Department, the U.S. government borrows money primarily through the issuance of U.S. Treasury bonds. Part of the bonds are open to the public; individuals, state governments, foreign govern... More »

A borrower must assess his income, credit history, down payment, employment and residence history to determine how much capital is available from a mortgage loan, states U.S. Bank. Several online tools available through ... More »

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Employees can borrow against their 401(K) plans with minimal paperwork, often by logging into their online accounts, according to Generation X Finance. Typically, plans allow participants to borrow up to 50 percent of th... More »

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A U.S. Treasury Fund is a mutual fund that invests its assets in bonds, bills and notes issued by the U.S. Treasury. These securities are considered some of the safest investments on the market because they are backed by... More »

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Anyone who may have unclaimed money owed by the government should visit the unclaimed money portion of the USA.gov site to obtain a list of all institutions to check. As of 2015, the U.S. government does not have a centr... More »

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The government sometimes gives away money that does not have to be paid back in the form of grants. Grants are awarded for many different circumstances, such as to help low-income students further their education by payi... More »

Some U.S. government grant scams include people and fake organizations offering free money, offering assistance for educational payments, offsetting home and business costs and providing financial assistance for househol... More »

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