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Credit & Debt
This week: Saving on group vacations, moving for less, dealing with debt collectors, how men and women view money differently and how to get a human to say yes to a credit card when a computer says no.
You can save big money by using some simple tips to shorten the time it takes to pay off a car loan.
CFPB aims to make sure car buyers get a better shake from large non-bank lenders.
If you’re having trouble paying off credit card debt, you’re not alone. There are plenty of companies out there promising to help, but can they be trusted?
It’s absurdly common to be rejected for credit because–at least on the paperwork, somewhere–you’re dead. If you are alive, here’s how to prove it and move on.
How this California company steered consumers to billions worth of costlier loans, and now must pony up $19 million for alleged ‘deceptive practices.’