In the wake of the Heartbleed news, you may be resetting your passwords and thinking you’ll be fine. But there are other huge risks you may not be aware of.
Credit & Debt
As you work to pay off debt, save and get your financial life on track, it’s not uncommon to find old, counterproductive habits undermining your progress. Here’s how to change them.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered BofA to pay fines and refund customers to settle claims that it cheated people with its marketing and billing practices for credit card add-on services.
Why is it that late payments can have such a big impact on credit scores if you’ve been paying on time for years?
If you’re in the market for a job, you may know that some employers run credit checks before they decide to hire an employee. Here’s how to prepare for it.
The concern is that many boomers are using reverse mortgages to drain their home equity too early, leaving them nothing to fall back on in 15 or 20 years.
The end of a relationship isn’t necessarily the end of shared financial responsibilities. Here’s what to know about your credit after divorce.