Dawn Papandrea on March 9, 2022
Don’t transfer that balance just yet. Read this first to find out if it’s a good idea.
Kristen Bahler on March 2, 2022
Sudden changes on your credit report may indicate a higher risk of death.
Annie Logue on February 28, 2022
Even if you have the money to pay off your mortgage early, it doesn’t necessarily mean you should.
Rachel Christian on January 27, 2022
What would you give to be out of debt faster? These strategies could make it happen.
Larissa Runkle on January 26, 2022
The short answer is yes. Here’s why, and how to fix the problem if you have too many.
Whitney Hansen on January 26, 2022
Knowing what an APR is and how much it will cost you is an essential part of maintaining good credit.
Robin Hartill on January 19, 2022
Give your credit a makeover this year by following taking these simple steps.
Robert Bruce on January 7, 2022
While the pandemic put many student loans on pause, things will be changing soon.
Chris Kissell on January 6, 2022
Home loan rates just hit highs not seen since the beginning of the pandemic — and are expected to go higher.
Marilyn Lewis on January 6, 2022
Financial counselors are not all created equal. Here’s how to avoid scoundrels and find people who will help you conquer debts.
Carol Cavazos on January 5, 2022
Overspending during the holidays is a common problem. Here’s how to tackle it — and make sure it doesn’t happen next time.
Miranda Marquit on January 4, 2022
If you feel like you’re paying too much in credit card interest, here’s exactly how to request a lower rate.
Karla Bowsher on December 31, 2021
These maximum penalty amounts could affect anyone with a credit card.
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