You have an old debt that’s beyond the statute of limitations and long ago dropped off your credit history. Then one day you get a call from a debt collector insisting you pay it. Can they do that?
Archives: Stacy Johnson
This week: How to succeed at a home business, hilarious things people still pay for, simple hacks to earn more, $500 a month you didn’t know you had, and 21 decisions you’ll never regret.
Is there a way to pay off a 30-year mortgage in seven years by using sophisticated techniques involving a home equity line of credit? No, but the people behind these programs are hoping you’ll believe it.
This week: Managing money with your honey, running a $10,000 side hustle from a shoe box, why you should use cash, 98 meals you can make for less than $5, and whether it’s smart to pay cash for a car.
This week: 10 ways to find some motivation, Darth Vader’s money-saving tips, purchasing mistakes, job search rules to break, and substitutes for expensive recipe ingredients.
Apple is about to split its stock seven for one. Here’s what it means, why it matters and whether the impending split is a buy signal.
This week: Words not to use in a job interview (or anywhere else), how to avoid car payments, what a brick wall can teach you about money, six types of financially toxic people, and unique ideas for teen summer jobs.