Dealing With Debt: Debt Settlement
on August 3, 2009

Maybe you’ve seen the ads: go to a debt settlement company, cut your debts in half. Is it for real?

Dealing With Debt: Bankruptcy
Dealing With Debt: Bankruptcy
on July 29, 2009

This year, estimates are that nearly 500,000 Americans will file for bankruptcy. It’s one way to deal with debt, but who should file and how does it work?

Dealing With Debt: Credit Counseling
Dealing With Debt: Credit Counseling
on July 28, 2009

You see it advertised: cut your interest rates in half, get help paying off your debts. Can credit counseling help you deal with debt?

Manage Your 401(K) in 1 Minute
on July 27, 2009

Millions of Americans are upside down in their 401(k) or other retirement plan. Are you ready for a one-minute lesson that’s going to make you a better investor?

Facing Foreclosure? Turn The Tables On Your Bank
Facing Foreclosure? Turn The Tables On Your Bank
on July 20, 2009

With more and more homeowners falling behind on their mortgages, many are seeking help in unconventional ways.

Are Credit Card Protection Plans Worth It?
on July 17, 2009

Protection plans will make your payments if you loose your job, but are they worth it?

New Credit Card Law May Be Costly
New Credit Card Law May Be Costly
on July 15, 2009

It’s safe to say that the credit card bill of rights represents a victory of consumers over banks. But the battle’s not over yet. Three ways the new law could cost you.

5 Great Free Software Programs
on July 15, 2009

If you’re reading this post, then you’re using a computer. But a computer is nothing but a box without software. Fortunately, that software doesn’t have to be expensive. Here are our 5 favorite free software programs…

House Raffle: $10 For A $3 Million Home
on July 13, 2009

Have you bought your $10 raffle ticket for this $3 million home?

Think You Know Insurance?
on July 13, 2009

Most of us understand the basics of insurance. But like life, insurance can be complicated. So it pays to know exactly what’s covered and what isn’t.

Caring About Co-Ops
on July 10, 2009

In an age of Walmarts and Home Depots, there’s still a place for the corner grocer, hardware store and credit union. How do small businesses compete with giant ones? Often it’s by banding together.

LaidOffCamp, Networking The Unemployed
on July 9, 2009

Looking for work? Go to camp! LaidOffCamp that is. It’s a camp for the unemployed, where the laid off look for work, connections, ideas, and maybe a little hope.

How To Get Free Prescription Drugs
on July 8, 2009

The high cost of drugs is enough to make you sick, but there are a plethora of programs that can help. If you’re having trouble affording your prescriptions, this is for you.

How To Find A Financial Advisor
on July 2, 2009

Finding the right financial advisor might be one of the most important things you do.

3 Tips to Build a Better Resume
on June 29, 2009

Building a better resume begins with these three tips from a resume expert.

Run A Car On Cooking Oil
on June 26, 2009

After gas prices almost hit $5 a gallon, one man started looking for a new fuel source.

Cash For Clunkers. Worst Law Ever?
on June 25, 2009

The Cash For Clunkers Law gives car buyers vouchers worth up to $4,500 toward a new car, providing they trade in a gas-guzzler in an effort to clean up the environment… but will it work?

Death of the Mortgage Broker
on June 25, 2009

Many banks are cutting out the middle man and handling mortgages in-house. Are mortgage brokers a dying breed?

5 Cheap Do-It-Yourself Home Repairs
on June 22, 2009

You may not have the money right now to make big home repairs, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make some small ones that could save you money in the long run.

First Time Homebuyers Rejoice
on June 19, 2009

A collapsed housing market means first time home buyers are finding bargains and relief from the first time homebuyer tax credit.

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