Author: Stacy Johnson
This week: Ditching your credit card’s annual fee, solving your puppy’s chewing fixation, asking your date about their credit, repairing your credit while you do your taxes, and home renovations that could hurt its value.
From cooking to custom cars, TV is full of “how-to” shows. But if you’re hunting for a house, don’t take HGTV’s “House Hunters” too seriously.
Every January, we resolve to do things like pay down debt. And about this time every year, our enthusiasm begins to fade. Did you resolve to become debt-free this year? Read this.
This reader would like to have a budget, but like lots of self-employed Americans, doesn’t have a steady income. Here are three steps to take control of your financial future in spite of irregular earnings.
This week: How your credit score impacts a job search, how to avoid fighting with your spouse over money, how millennials should use their tax refunds, how to keep pests out of your house and how to keep your pets cared for when you’re on vacation.
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This reader’s brother is like many people I’ve heard from: barely making minimum payments and unable to save for emergencies. If that’s you or someone you know, here are some options.
Stocks are crashing. Time to panic?
You’re shopping for a new car, and the dealer offers you zero-percent financing. What’s the catch?