10 Smart Home Upgrades Starting Under $100
10 Smart Home Upgrades Starting Under $100

on April 14, 2015

If you’re receiving a refund from the IRS, here are some good ways to invest it in sprucing up your home.

What Should I Do if I Discover I Have Debt in Collections?
What Should I Do if I Discover I Have Debt in Collections?

on April 13, 2015

If you get a call from a debt collector, don’t panic. Here’s what you need to know to make sure you’re not being scammed and get on top of legitimate debt.

14 Tax Perks for Homeowners
14 Tax Perks for Homeowners

on April 9, 2015

Owning a home, in addition to having the pleasure of a place to live, has significant financial advantages that you should be aware of.

You’re Receiving Free Credit Monitoring! Is That Good?
You’re Receiving Free Credit Monitoring! Is That Good?

on April 7, 2015

While companies are handing out credit monitoring like it’s candy at a parade, consumers often don’t understand what they’re getting.

Best and Worst Things to Buy in April
Best and Worst Things to Buy in April

on April 3, 2015

Watch for deep discounts on winter wear, deals on laptops and food freebies on tax day, but watch out for rising wine prices.

Choosing a College? How to Make it a Sound Investment
Choosing a College? How to Make it a Sound Investment

on April 2, 2015

The most prestigious schools are not necessarily going to lead to higher income, but they likely will lead to larger debt.

E-Wallet Coming of Age: What’s Up With 5 Mobile Payment Apps
E-Wallet Coming of Age: What’s Up With 5 Mobile Payment Apps

on March 31, 2015

Mobile payment apps are beginning to take hold — albeit a little slower than initially expected — and likely to replace credit cards and cash with increased convenience and security. Check out the major players.

4 Reasons Not to Invest in Gold
4 Reasons Not to Invest in Gold

on March 30, 2015

Gold may glitter in jewelry and ancient funerary objects, but as an investment it’s a rather dull performer. Here’s why.

Color Me Happy: Choosing Paint to Set the Mood for Each Room
Color Me Happy: Choosing Paint to Set the Mood for Each Room

on March 27, 2015

An expert offers tips on harnessing the psychological power of color throughout your home.

Cash Rewards (up to $1 Million) for Help Busting Software Pirates
Cash Rewards (up to $1 Million) for Help Busting Software Pirates

on March 25, 2015

Know of companies using pirated software? You may have an opportunity to make some money and see justice prevail.

7 Tax-Time Tips for Trimming What You Pay Uncle Sam
7 Tax-Time Tips for Trimming What You Pay Uncle Sam

on March 24, 2015

Understand the basics of your return with these pointers and consider getting help from a professional, even if it means paying something.

3 Essential Home Improvements You Should Plan On
3 Essential Home Improvements You Should Plan On

on March 23, 2015

Yes, this means roof replacements and other expenditures that generally fall into the category of “need” rather than “want.” But it’s better to plan for them than be surprised.

Five Signs that You are a Credit Abuser
Five Signs that You are a Credit Abuser

on March 20, 2015

Here are the red flags that suggest you might want to reel in your use of credit.

10 Tax Deductions for Millennials
10 Tax Deductions for Millennials

on March 19, 2015

Just because you’re in your 20s or 30s does not mean you can’t make deductions. Read up.

Savvy Travel Tips: Carry a Cell Phone, Duct Tape, Sink Stopper…
Savvy Travel Tips: Carry a Cell Phone, Duct Tape, Sink Stopper…

on March 18, 2015

People who live to travel, and make their living by it, share their secrets.

Student Loan Debt? Be Careful With Income-Based Repayment
Student Loan Debt? Be Careful With Income-Based Repayment

on March 17, 2015

Repayment programs that provide relief on a month-to-month basis come with other costs down the road.

5 Basics for Helping Your Parents Reach Their Retirement Goals
5 Basics for Helping Your Parents Reach Their Retirement Goals

on March 16, 2015

The folks who led you through childhood may need help getting to their goals and staying safe from scams.

Obama’s Student Loan ‘Bill of Rights’ Promising, But Shy on Details
Obama’s Student Loan ‘Bill of Rights’ Promising, But Shy on Details

on March 12, 2015

The president issues a call to federal agencies to help make education attainable and lighten student loan debt burden.

Re-Fi Seems Out of Reach? You May Qualify for Home Affordable Refinance Program
Re-Fi Seems Out of Reach? You May Qualify for Home Affordable Refinance Program

on March 11, 2015

The program launched during economic recession aimed at helping homeowners refinance is available until the end of 2015.

Yikes! My Tax Refund Was Kidnapped by an Outstanding Student Loan
Yikes! My Tax Refund Was Kidnapped by an Outstanding Student Loan

on March 10, 2015

How your tax refund can be seized, and how you can prevent it.

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