Author: Stacy Johnson
Brad found an extra $200 a month to pay down debt – and improved his ride at the same time. What could you do to destroy your debts?
What do marriage, the Army and car leasing have in common? Answer: All are much easier to get into than out of.
If you’re trying to sell a house, the right help is crucial. Here are ten questions you should ask to hire the right real estate agent.
Some credit card issuers no longer provide full disclosure of the terms of the penalty rate, or fail to correctly follow disclosure requirements required by the new Federal Reserve rules.
If you want tickets to a concert, game or other popular event, you’ve got two choices: pay the asking price from the primary seller, or take a chance and try to get a deal from one of many resellers. Here’s how to play the game.
Nearly all fast-food chains now accept plastic. It’s a trend that’s adding to both bottom lines of the chains – and the bottoms of their customers.
While earning a guaranteed 5% may sound like a great deal today, historically speaking it’s no big deal. If you can lock in 5% for one year, fine. But if you have to enter into a high-cost, long-term insurance contract to get it, it becomes a lot less attractive.
The President will sign into law the most sweeping reforms to our nation’s financial system in 75 years, but don’t expect changes overnight.
When Congress doesn’t have the either the votes or the chutzpa to make real changes, the studies begin. The financial reform bill orders up 68.
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