Everyone falls down. It’s the getting up that matters. A financial crisis is seriously tough, but it can be the beginning of something new. Here’s how to dig yourself out.
Credit & Debt
There are better ways and worse ways to handle this sticky situation. Failing to file is the latter. The penalty for that is 10 times worse than it is for paying late.
You wouldn’t think of overpaying $50,000 when buying a new house, but you could pay that much extra if you’re not careful shopping for a mortgage.
Weird, and expensive, justifications that don’t really hold up under the light of financial logic.
Get the skinny on those alluring ads before you enter the auto showroom.
Most of the time, the answer is no, but there are rare occasions when a 401(k) loan makes sense.
If you have less-than-perfect credit, a rental property may still be within reach. Here’s how to approach the problem.
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