The 10 Most Dangerous Cities for Walking
The 10 Most Dangerous Cities for Walking

on May 28, 2014

The four deadliest cities for pedestrians are in Florida, according to a new survey.

What New Grads Need to Know About Obamacare
What New Grads Need to Know About Obamacare

on May 27, 2014

Obamacare has changed the world of health insurance for recent grads. Here’s what you need to know.

The Highest-Paid Public College Presidents
The Highest-Paid Public College Presidents

on May 26, 2014

Here are some of last year’s highest-paid public university presidents and the average debt loads of the graduates they served, based on class of 2012 figures.

Could Making Minimum Payments Hurt Your Credit Score?
Could Making Minimum Payments Hurt Your Credit Score?

on May 22, 2014

How you use your credit card can have a big effect on your credit score, but how you pay them could matter too.

People Confess Their Most Embarrassing Driving Fears and Mistakes
People Confess Their Most Embarrassing Driving Fears and Mistakes

on May 21, 2014

See if you can find your worst driving mistake on the list.

The 10 Most Common Student Loan Mistakes
The 10 Most Common Student Loan Mistakes

on May 20, 2014

Before you sign on the dotted line, take time to understand your student loan options. While you’re at it, avoid these 10 common student loan mistakes.

What to Expect From Memorial Day Sales
What to Expect From Memorial Day Sales

on May 19, 2014

The sales for Memorial Day 2014 are sure to offer excellent discounts on clothes, tools and name-brand TVs. Just stay away from the grills.

Can Your Student Loan Payments Go Up?
Can Your Student Loan Payments Go Up?

on May 15, 2014

One student loan borrower discovered something troubling in her student loan promissory note.

‘Slowpoke’ Laws Target Left-Lane Plodders
‘Slowpoke’ Laws Target Left-Lane Plodders

on May 14, 2014

You can be ticketed and fined if you poke along in the left lane. Your car insurance rates can go up, too.

The Most Financially Literate States in America
The Most Financially Literate States in America

on May 13, 2014

Financial literacy is highest in a small New England state, according to an analysis by a personal finance website.

The Least Financially Literate States in America
The Least Financially Literate States in America

on May 12, 2014

Financial literacy is key to being able to take control of your financial future. But some states are woefully behind in acquiring this crucial skill.

Do You Own Vibram FiveFingers Shoes? You May Be Entitled to a Refund
Do You Own Vibram FiveFingers Shoes? You May Be Entitled to a Refund

on May 9, 2014

After losing a lawsuit, Vibram will no longer be able to claim health benefits for its shoes.

How Proud Moms Can Compromise Their Kids’ Identities
How Proud Moms Can Compromise Their Kids’ Identities

on May 8, 2014

It’s great if your mom is proud of you and shows it. Unfortunately, if she shares it with the Internet, she could be putting you at risk for identity theft.

Mom’s Work Is Worth $63,000 This Year
Mom’s Work Is Worth $63,000 This Year

on May 7, 2014

The value of Mom’s many tasks is 5 percent higher than it was last year, but it’s still below what a man would earn for doing similar jobs.

When Your Student Loan Debt Shouldn’t Be Your First Priority
When Your Student Loan Debt Shouldn’t Be Your First Priority

on May 6, 2014

Repaying your student debt may feel like it should be your top priority, but a financial expert says there are other places you should put your money first.

7 Bad Pieces of Get-Out-of-Debt Advice
7 Bad Pieces of Get-Out-of-Debt Advice

on May 5, 2014

Advice from friends can be helpful at times, but here are some pieces of debt advice that it’s best to ignore.

Have a Private Student Loan? Read This
Have a Private Student Loan? Read This

on May 1, 2014

Private student loans can go into auto-default if a co-signer dies or goes into bankruptcy. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is trying to help borrowers know what their options are.

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

on April 30, 2014

Look to nontraditional Mother’s Day gifts to beat pre-holiday price hikes. And now is not the best time to buy Apple products. It may also pay to delay buying a laptop if you can.

When Should You Check Your Child’s Credit Report?
When Should You Check Your Child’s Credit Report?

on April 30, 2014

Now parents have a new worry: child identity theft. Here’s when and why your child’s credit history should be checked.

The Best Vehicles for Preventing Passenger Injuries
The Best Vehicles for Preventing Passenger Injuries

on April 29, 2014

Auto insurance rates for medical payments and personal injury protection point to the safest cars.

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