Those old delinquent debts have long faded from your memory. But now that it’s time to buy a house, will potential mortgage lenders forget about them too?
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
They’re called “hacks”: clever solutions to tricky problems. Here are some of my favorites to help you save more or spend less.
Whether you’re a newcomer to Money Talks or you’ve been with us for years, it’s interesting to see what fellow readers respond to. Here are our 10 most-read articles from 2011.
About a month ago, a reader wrote to report that her credit history had been accidentally wiped out by TransUnion. It’s back now, and there’s a lesson in it for all of us.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: New Year’s resolutions about eating instead of not eating, 37 ways to spend less and enjoy yourself more, paying taxes doesn’t have to be complicated, stop blowing off online banking, and how to save on landscaping.
If you’re looking for love, there’s nothing wrong with casting a wide net. Just don’t get reeled in by a scam artist.
Tired of earning less than 1 percent on your savings? Here’s how to do better.