We’ve all done it, or at least been asked to: let someone less responsible share our credit by co-signing a loan for them or adding them to our credit card account. Here’s what to do when you need the party to end…
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
The Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to spend at least 85 percent of the money they take in on patient care. If your insurance company didn’t, you might have some money heading your way this summer.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: beer and baseball, paying for waiting, a second life for cereal boxes, growing veggies at home, and free alerts for your cell phone.
If you’re the victim of credit card fraud, your loss is limited to $50 by federal law. Or is it? Here’s what happened when I turned to government watchdogs to get a simple answer to a simple question.
She’s got good credit, but her lender refuses to refinance her mortgage. If it would lower her payments, why wouldn’t they be happy to do it? Here’s some sound advice for anyone who borrows.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web.
Tax Day is here, and midnight is the deadline. If you’re running late, you have options – but most require filing something today. If you owe and can’t pay, don’t ignore it. Here’s what to do.