Steve Fiorillo

Steve Fiorillo is a writer for TheStreet. He graduated with a B.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and in his career has covered finance, law, sports, and technology.

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How to Get a Student Loan in 6 Steps

How to Get a Student Loan in 6 Steps

Getting student loans requires a lot of preparation and discussion. Here are the steps you need to take.

What Is an Underwriter and What Do They Do?

What Is an Underwriter and What Do They Do?

An underwriter is an integral part of ensuring safe, responsible loans and insurance policies for everyone involved. What are underwriters and what exactly do they do?

What Is the Interest Coverage Ratio (ICR) and How Do You Calculate It?

What Is the Interest Coverage Ratio (ICR) and How Do You Calculate It?

A company's interest coverage ratio can give you some insight into whether the company is healthy enough to pay interest on its debts.

Tax Refund Schedule: When Will You Get Your IRS Tax Refund in 2019?

Tax Refund Schedule: When Will You Get Your IRS Tax Refund in 2019?

If you just filed your taxes or are about to, find out when can you expect a tax refund.

Income Tax: Definition, Brackets and State-By-State Differences

Income Tax: Definition, Brackets and State-By-State Differences

Tax season is now: How is your income tax determined and how much do you pay based on the state you live in?

How Much Do You Have to Make to File Taxes in 2019?

How Much Do You Have to Make to File Taxes in 2019?

Not sure if you have to file a tax return this year? Here's everything you need to know.

Student Loan Interest Deduction: Eligibility and How to Claim It

Student Loan Interest Deduction: Eligibility and How to Claim It

Depending on your income and loans, you may be able to deduct as much as $2,500 of your student loan interest from your taxable income.

What Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Is It Worth It?

What Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Is It Worth It?

Chapter 13 is a different form of personal bankruptcy than Chapter 7. What is it and how do you pay back your debts under it?

What Is Return on Investment (ROI) and How Is It Calculated?

What Is Return on Investment (ROI) and How Is It Calculated?

Return on investment (ROI) can show you how successful your investments have been - not just in stocks, but in business as well.

What Were the New Deal Programs and What Did They Do?

What Were the New Deal Programs and What Did They Do?

What were the programs included in the New Deal that FDR passed throughout the 1930s?