For nearly 10 years, we’ve all been able to get free credit reports. But we still can’t see our credit scores without paying for the privilege. It’s time to fight for that right – here’s how you can help.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: how to sell your used car, how to use the food you’ve already bought, how to spend money in a marriage, how teens can launch careers, and why you probably don’t need volcano insurance.
We’re about to achieve our 100,000th newsletter subscriber and our 10,000th Facebook like. If you’re the one that hits either magic number, or refers the one who does, you’re about to be $250 – $500 richer!
What’s worse than wasting money? Spending it on things that you think make you look good, but really make you look silly.
We’ve all seen the ads: Protect your credit for just $9.95 a month! Worth the money? Here are three reasons why it’s not.
The purpose of watching news on TV is to be better informed. But depending on what you watch, you may end up knowing less than when you started. Here are two tips to help you separate journalism and propaganda.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: Reusing diapers? Being a landlord is fun? What’s worse, selling your soul or your body? Can you get relief from debt-relief companies? Does Passover soda really taste any different?