Law Student Assists Veteran in Getting Purple Heart

Law Student Assists Veteran in Getting Purple Heart

At the age of 21, Army veteran John Spencer Jr. was stripped of his dog tags, uniform and dignity. Spencer compared it to being a criminal. He received a less-than-honorable discharge rather than being honored as a war hero. Veteran status, military honors, education, a job and health benefits were denied to him for more than 50 years.

Veterans Use GI Bill to Become Scuba Instructors

Veterans Use GI Bill to Become Scuba Instructors

Some water sports lovers are choosing to become scuba divers after their military service ends, and they are using their GI Bill benefits to do it. In addition to this, they have the opportunity to choose their passion as their job instead of succumbing to societal pressures.

Mortgage Loan Delinquencies Declined in Q3

Mortgage Loan Delinquencies Declined in Q3

The third quarter of 2021 brought about mortgage loan delinquencies on one-to-four-unit residential properties down to 4.88 percent, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's National Delinquency Survey.

Online Car Loans Make Things Easier for Crooks

Online Car Loans Make Things Easier for Crooks

Buying a car online is the most convenient option for consumers, but unfortunately, it also makes things easier for scammers. A woman in Forsyth County in Georgia is trying to undo an online car sale that happened with just a few keystrokes.

Marine Veteran Gets Home Loan Paid Off

Marine Veteran Gets Home Loan Paid Off

In Jacksonville, N.C., a Marine couple learned that Veterans United Home Loans fully repaid their new house on national television. While serving in the Marine Corps, Mario and Amy Perez deployed numerous times and worked hard towards serving their nation.