Risky loans didn’t disappear after the financial crash. Scary home loans, auto loans and payday loans live on. Here are some tips for safe borrowing.
Credit & Debt
This reader’s brother is like many people I’ve heard from: barely making minimum payments and unable to save for emergencies. If that’s you or someone you know, here are some options.
A new study indicates that parental debt impacts a child’s well-being — for better or worse depending on what kind of debt it is. Here’s the low-down.
We may be hyper aware of major security breaches, but we should also examine our own online behavior to protect our accounts.
What to do if you are ready to sock away money in the bank, but your spouse is not. (For starters: Stop nagging.)
For consumers, ATM and overdraft fees are a scourge, but for bankers they are crazy profitable. Find out the worst offenders for 2015.
The U.S. economy might be chugging along in the wrong direction, according to an unusual indicator. Find out more.