A leading candidate has the largest share of supporters struggling to maintain good credit. Meanwhile, one of the trailing candidates can boast of the most boosters with stellar scores.
Credit & Debt
Americans increasingly whipped out their plastic to pay for purchases in 2015, sparking concern by economic analysts.
If you’re thinking of buying real estate, read this before plunging in. These mortgage-buying tips will save you money and heartache.
With gas prices less than half of what they were in 2014, you have the opportunity to do something more with your windfall than frittering it away on extra Big Macs.
What to do with that new (Obamacare) tax form, remaking your career in your 50s and 60s, the problem with cheap clothes, the credit score gender gap and the lightning-fast pace of credit card fraud.
For the first time in 15 years, Americans have a new top hair-tearing gripe. Find out what consumer-reported complaint outpaced identity theft in 2015.
This week: Ditching your credit card’s annual fee, solving your puppy’s chewing fixation, asking your date about their credit, repairing your credit while you do your taxes, and home renovations that could hurt its value.