There used to be few free ways to see your credit score. Now you can find one in seconds.
Archives: Stacy Johnson
This week: How you’re killing your buying power, why you may not want to date an entrepreneur, why your cable bill is too high, how you can hurt yourself on social media and how to change an interviewer’s mind.
Free money in the form of government grants is a rumor that just won’t die. But I’m dead certain you’re not going to get a federal grant to prop up your business or fix up your home.
This week: Quitting your job, buying long-term care insurance, using AmazonSmile, why you can ignore store surveys and holiday lighting hacks.
There’s no investment safer than U.S. Treasury bonds. But here’s something odd: You can lose money by investing in them. If you own a bond or a bond mutual fund, you really need to read this.
This week: Beware online petitions, why teachers don’t own homes, a necessary interview question, saving through volunteering and secret menu items that will save you money.
It’s a common situation: You take out joint credit or co-sign a loan, then wish you hadn’t. What can be done? Usually, not much. But there may be hope.