The Shocking Secrets of Hoarders
The Shocking Secrets of Hoarders

on July 28, 2014

Used kitty litter. Boxes of empty pill bottles. Rat droppings. An Insure.com survey reveals the disturbing details of hoarding.

7 Years Later, I Owed More on My Student Loans Than When I Started Paying
7 Years Later, I Owed More on My Student Loans Than When I Started Paying

on July 24, 2014

Sharon Cece borrowed $10,000 in student loans in 2004 to finish her bachelor’s degree. Seven years later, she discovered she owed $11,060.

12 Words Never to Say to Your Insurance Company
12 Words Never to Say to Your Insurance Company

on July 23, 2014

Saying the wrong thing can cause confusion and delay with your insurance claim, or even denial.

A Mortgage Shocker That’s on the Way for 800,000 Homeowners
A Mortgage Shocker That’s on the Way for 800,000 Homeowners

on July 22, 2014

At-risk homeowners who modified their mortgages through HAMP to help them stave off foreclosure have a new problem: looming interest rate increases.

9 Impulse Purchases You Instantly Regret
9 Impulse Purchases You Instantly Regret

on July 21, 2014

It’s buying useless stuff like this that keeps you from saving money and having an emergency fund in the bank.

What Really Happens If I Bounce a Check?
What Really Happens If I Bounce a Check?

on July 17, 2014

Most people know they shouldn’t bounce checks. Besides causing embarrassment, if you don’t deal with a bounced check, it can cause you a lot of problems.

The Best Days to Find Online Coupons
The Best Days to Find Online Coupons

on July 16, 2014

Here are the best times of the month and year to find online coupon codes from major retailers.

10 Signs You Need to Update Your Car Insurance Policy
10 Signs You Need to Update Your Car Insurance Policy

on July 15, 2014

If you fail to review your coverage, you could be missing out on discounts or have insufficient coverage.

What Your Credit Card Number Means
What Your Credit Card Number Means

on July 14, 2014

Credit cards numbers are like vehicle identification numbers or VINs, in that each digit has importance.

9 Surprising Ways Identity Theft Can Hurt You
9 Surprising Ways Identity Theft Can Hurt You

on July 14, 2014

It can affect your employment, your insurance rates and your medical care, among other facets of your life, and also land you in jail.

7 Unconventional Yet Proven Ways to Land the Job You Want
7 Unconventional Yet Proven Ways to Land the Job You Want

on July 11, 2014

Some job seekers have tried over-the-top methods, like billboards and mailed shoes, to get noticed by potential employers. You don’t need to be so unorthodox to get the job you want.

Are Americans More in Debt Than the Rest of the World?
Are Americans More in Debt Than the Rest of the World?

on July 10, 2014

Americans have a global reputation for being bad at soccer and good at spending money they don’t have. But it might be time to challenge those beliefs.

14 Things You Need to Do to Be a Financial Adult
14 Things You Need to Do to Be a Financial Adult

on July 9, 2014

Even if you’re living with your parents, it’s time to learn how to become an independent financial adult.

Worst Car-Theft Cities: 9 of 10 Are in California
Worst Car-Theft Cities: 9 of 10 Are in California

on July 8, 2014

The National Insurance Crime Bureau has released its annual list of cities with the worst car-theft rates. Is yours on the list?

Road Trip Meltdown: Why Family Car Trips Go Bad
Road Trip Meltdown: Why Family Car Trips Go Bad

on July 7, 2014

Boredom and bother lead to meltdowns on family road trips and lasting repercussions, according to CarInsurance.com’s survey.

The New American Dream: Getting Out of Debt
The New American Dream: Getting Out of Debt

on July 4, 2014

What does the American Dream look like today? It’s not owning a home.

How to Have an All-American Fourth of July
How to Have an All-American Fourth of July

on July 3, 2014

Don’t fly flags or eat meat from another country for Independence Day. Here’s how to buy American.

The 14 Best Places to Flip a House
The 14 Best Places to Flip a House

on July 2, 2014

RealtyTrac has produced a list of the best counties for investing in residential real estate.

The Truth Behind Starbucks’ Tuition Plan
The Truth Behind Starbucks’ Tuition Plan

on July 1, 2014

Starbucks’ announcement about providing help to employees to attend an online school got plenty of praise, not all of it well-deserved.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in July
The Best and Worst Things to Buy in July

on June 30, 2014

Back-to-school deals are appearing for electronics, and the prices of summer gear like grills are starting their downhill march.

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