For the first time in nearly a decade, the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates today. Find out what the change means to credit card bills, mortgages and other aspects of your finances.
Credit & Debt
When this reader got divorced, her husband got their motor home. Too bad he wasn’t also awarded the loan that went with it.
Hoping to shrink your debt load in 2016? It may be easier than you think, especially if you follow these three easy steps.
This week: Smart ways to use credit cards, affordable ways to treat yourself, DIY holiday gift bags, the worst money mistakes you can make and saving while pregnant.
Millions of Americans either underestimate or underreport how much debt they have — often by a lot. It’s a self-deception that can be very costly.
A growing percentage of Americans see their debt as insurmountable. At the same time, a lot more people are debt-free this year than last.
If you receive a bill from a collection agency for a debt that’s 10 years old, do you have to pay it? If you think the statute of limitations automatically lets you off the hook, think again.