This week: How to retire early, 10 reasons not to procrastinate, lessons from purposely destroying your credit score, the cost of being a bridesmaid and what you need to know about commodities.
Credit & Debt
The children’s interlocking brick sets have performed far better than gold and many other investment options in the past decade, analysts say. One set appreciated more than 2,000 percent.
My FICO credit score is a perfect 850. Here’s how I did it, without resorting to all sorts of tricky maneuvers.
This week: Lies we tell ourselves that lead to debt, the single best way to get rich, buying your first home, what to do when asked to sign up for a store credit card and 8 ways you’re a lousy customer.
By helping cancel unwanted subscriptions — for everything from milk to streaming media services — these startups can save most of us bundles.
Turns out, a lot of people in all income brackets are ill prepared to deal with financial shocks. Here’s how to build a buffer and what to do if you have a sudden loss of income.
Credit card companies, banks and financial institutions are always pressing to get us to switch over to e-statements and give up paper. Here’s why you should think twice before they convince you to “go green.”