Peter G. Miller

Peter G. Miller is a nationally-syndicated columnist, the author of seven books published originally by Harper & Row (including one with a co-author), and has contributed to leading online sites and major print publications. He has appeared on numerous media outlets including the Today Show, Oprah!, CNN, and NPR.

Peter has been an accredited correspondent on Capitol Hill and a member of the White House Correspondents Association. He has served with the District of Columbia National Guard and holds both BA and MS degrees from The American University in Washington, DC. View Peter on LinkedIn.

Are ARMs Still Attractive Mortgage Options?

For many years one of the best available mortgage options was the basic ARM — an adjustable-rate mortgage. Not the […]

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Bargains Grow In Changing Car Market

There’s a buyer’s market waiting for today’s auto purchasers. You can see it in the form of packed dealer lots, […]

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Courts Block Another Student Loan Relief Program

America’s student borrowers have lost again. Another effort by the Biden Administration to reduce student loan debt for millions of […]

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New Federal Student Loan Rates Are Out – And They’re Higher

Interest rates will be higher for most borrowers if you’re looking for a new student loan in the coming year. […]

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How To Cut Insurance Premiums When Costs Are Rising

If you’ve bought a newer car recently – one with all the latest safety advances – you may have noticed […]

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Is College Really Worth It?

The value of a college degree is increasingly in question. At best, a lot of people are not so sure. […]

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Is A 250 MPG Car In Your Future?

Imagine a car that gets 250 MPG or its electric equivalent. You might not stop at a gas station or […]

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Why It’s Time To End Legacy Admissions

For a long time it’s been the policy of selective colleges to prefer “legacy” admission candidates, those with a parent […]

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Car Buyers On Sidelines, Waiting For Lower Prices & Interest Rates

The automobile industry is likely to sell 15.9 million cars this year. That’s a hefty number but still below pre-Covid […]

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Here’s How New Wealth and Federal Programs Are Cutting Student Debt

If you’re young and have taken on student debt there’s good news on the financial front. Many are now significantly […]

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Should You Re-pay Auto Loans With Your Tax Refund?

Taxes are not usually a happy subject, but it makes sense to take comfort where you can. Big tax refunds, […]

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Round Three: New Effort Under Way To Reduce Student Debt

For the third time since last summer, a new battle is underway in Washington to expand student debt relief. If […]

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Why You Should Buy A Car In 2024?

Let’s start with a confession. Many car ownership histories are dominated by one strategy: buy the best “young” used car […]

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Auto Buying: How To Deal With Negative Equity

Lower auto prices should be a good thing for consumers, but that may not be the case for those with […]

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Here’s Why Some Tuition Costs Are Falling

We’re constantly told that college costs are on the rise, but weirdly enough that’s not entirely true. While education expenses […]

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