Author: Allison Martin
Allison Martin on September 10, 2014
If you’re looking to lower your student loan payments, a debt relief program may not be a good option. Here’s why.
Allison Martin on August 26, 2014
Your cyber love affair could be a threat to your bank account. Here are the warning signs to look for.
Allison Martin on August 1, 2014
Debt collectors have their tricks of the trade to convince people they need to pay up big, right now.
Allison Martin on June 27, 2014
Many students prepare to attend college each year, but how many are ready to handle the cost? Here are some tips to help you and your student avoid the financial crunch.
Allison Martin on June 6, 2014
Students applying for scholarships and other types of financial aid are being targeted by fraudsters. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Allison Martin on June 3, 2014
In the market for a mortgage? Here are seven simple actions you can take to tip the application process in your favor.
Allison Martin on May 30, 2014
Looking to give your credit score a boost? Here are six regular expenses that won’t help you accomplish your objective even though you think they might.
Allison Martin on May 23, 2014
There’s more to maintaining your credit score than paying your credit card bills and mortgage on time.
Allison Martin on May 12, 2014
Here are a few ways for you and your partner to get on the same page before debt causes damage to your marriage.
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