This week's American Finances Roundup features the Trial Work period, child tax credit deadlines, and gas prices

The best way to save money this Saturday, June 11 in the United States

Thank you for visiting our latest blog on American financial news. We will be using this live blog on Saturday, June 11, 

as usual, to inform you of the latest money-saving tips and news about benefits programs in the United States.

You'll find everything you need here, from Trial Work Periods to Child Tax Credit deadlines. You can also request your IRS tax refund 

if you have not yet received it. We will also be able to assist you in finding the cheapest gas near you, 

with gas prices continuing to be at unprecedented levels.

with gas prices continuing to be at unprecedented levels.

All this and more is in the advice below, with the most recent posts at the top.

A new era of adjustable-rate mortgages has begun, but are they any safer?

With rising interest rates on mortgage payments, homeowners, as they did during the housing crisis of 2008, 

Are seeking ARMs as a loan option. The difference between 2008 and today is that the timelines are fixed, 

interest rates are capped, and applicants are more closely scrutinized.

According to Joel Kan, AVP of economic and industry forecasting at the Mortgage Bankers Association, 

Colorado residents who miss the deadline can still receive the payment if they file by the extended deadline of October 17.

You have had double the number of borrowers applying for ARMs in the last four months.

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