Some money experts argue that retiring with certain kinds of debt is not such a bad thing. But they might not be talking about you.
Credit & Debt
A survey finds that while most Americans now understand the basics of credit scores, many still fail to understand crucial details.
You are not alone. Millions of Americans are caught in a vicious cycle that benefits the bottom line of the banks.
Living a debt-free life is important, especially as you approach retirement. But there are worse things than debt.
On-campus banks might be convenient, but they’re often no cheaper than other banks when it comes to fees, according to one analysis.
Use the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new “Know Before You Owe” shopping guide and get the car loan that is right for you.
Reports of abuses are surfacing about this tempting approach to home purchasing. It can be worth doing, but be aware of the potential pitfalls.