If you receive a bill from a collection agency for a debt that’s 10 years old, do you have to pay it? If you think the statute of limitations automatically lets you off the hook, think again.
This reader’s future son-in-law is threatening to drag her daughter down with his massive student loans. Short of calling off the wedding, what’s a mother to do?
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 high-school senior is confronted with a choice: lose out on the opportunity to attend a prestigious college, or borrow 80 grand. But are those really the only options?
As the year winds down, we catch up on our readers’ questions – especially the short ones.
Can you really make money working from home? Sure, but it’ll take some work to separate the scams from the scores.
A certain number of people will believe whatever you say on TV, providing you say it often enough. Example? “FreeCreditReport.com”