Whether it’s your car, your plumbing or your body, if it’s broken, there are pros who often can repair it. But can the same be said for your credit?
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This week: Things hotels don’t charge for, feeding Fido for less, paying for car repairs when you’re broke, how millennials are hurting the housing market and what to do with $5,000.
A drop in your credit score means more than paying higher interest rates for loans. It’s actually much worse than that.
Do you still have to admit to a bankruptcy after it no longer appears on your credit report?
This week: online shopping hacks, saving on seafood, refinancing student loans, learning to relax and in-flight amenities that are worth the cost.
We have all been ripped off. If you want to avoid that sickening feeling in the future, here are some tips for you.
Is it going to be Trump or Clinton? If you’re ready to put your money where your mouth is, you can double your money between now and Nov. 8.