Author: Stacy Johnson
When it comes to saving for college, there are lots of options. Here’s everything you need to know in as few words as possible.
There are two types of people: those who can’t stand the idea of unexpected expenses, and those who can’t stand the idea of paying for protection they don’t need.
A reader and her husband were surprised to find a delinquent account on his credit history, and now they need to clean it up before they apply for a mortgage. Possible? Yes. I know it is because I’ve done it myself.
Here’s how to improve your credit score if you have debt in collections. Paying it off may or may not be the answer.
Is there a way to pay off a 30-year mortgage in seven years by using sophisticated techniques? No, but there are simple ways to pay off your mortgage early.
This week: Indestructible products you need to buy, why boomer women face a different financial future than men, the scoop on all-inclusive resorts, why your parents are mum about your inheritance and why you should never buy a new car.
This high school senior faces a choice: lose out on the opportunity to attend a prestigious college, or borrow 80 grand. Are those really the only options?
I mentioned in a recent article that my wife and I had traveled to Europe for nearly two weeks with only one carry-on each. This reader wants specifics on how we did it.
Services like BillCutterz and BillFixers will negotiate your cable, internet, phone and other monthly bills in exchange for a share of the savings. I tried it: Here’s what happened.
Mark’s getting married soon, but in the meantime, his fiancee needs a car. Which one of them should sign for the loan?
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