Online budgeting sites Mint and PowerWallet require that you enter your most personal financial information, including bank user names and passwords. Can these sites be trusted?
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If you get sick, hopefully you have health insurance to pay your medical bills. But if you can’t work, what’s going to replace your income?
This week: How to look rich on Facebook, the case against downsizing, decluttering your stuffed animals, financial issues your parents didn’t have to deal with, and the cure for aging.
This week: Why you should screw around at work, how to set up an HSA, keys to a comfortable retirement, maxing out your savings on a small salary, and why you should never co-sign loans.
You patiently wait seven years for a bad debt to fall off your credit history. But just as it’s about to happen, one collection agency sells the debt to another and it reappears. Can they do that?
This week: The worst tax moves you can make, decorating on a dime, knowing what you don’t know, fighting to stay in the middle class, and how women can beat the pay gap.
When it comes to saving for college, there are lots of options to study. Here are the basics of what you need to know.