This week: Seemingly savvy buys that aren’t, things your bank should tell you that they don’t, cheaper ways to buy sports tickets, how to travel the world for free and how free credit monitoring might mean a bigger tax bill.
Credit & Debt
If you’re an American with unresolved debt related to medical bills, this could be very good news for you.
A new survey indicates most college students think they know more about how to handle money than they really do. Here’s how to educate them.
While debt is generally bad news for personal finances, it reflects good news about the economy.
The CFPB says it moved against the companies to halt “illegal and obnoxious debt collection practices.” The companies maintain the government is overreaching.
This reader is wondering if a credit union is a good place to look for a car loan. The answer? When it comes to both saving and borrowing, credit unions are typically much better than banks.
The cost of a car loan can be steep if you fail to take simple steps to keep things affordable. Here are six keys to getting the best deal.