8 Ways to Quit Using Credit Cards
8 Ways to Quit Using Credit Cards

on December 25, 2020

Ready to break your plastic habit? Here are eight ways to quit credit cards, or to use them more responsibly.

5 Unconventional Ways to Build Credit
5 Unconventional Ways to Build Credit

on December 21, 2020

You can raise your credit score even without a credit card.

Which Card Is Better? Chase Sapphire Preferred Versus Chase Sapphire Reserve
Which Card Is Better? Chase Sapphire Preferred Versus Chase Sapphire Reserve

on December 19, 2020

How much travel you have planned could be the deciding factor in which card is best for you.

10 Clever Ways to Save Money on Your Mortgage
10 Clever Ways to Save Money on Your Mortgage

on December 17, 2020

It’s one of the most expensive things you can buy — so it’s worth investigating every avenue for saving.

3 Ways to Protect a Credit Card You Aren’t Using
3 Ways to Protect a Credit Card You Aren’t Using

on December 15, 2020

Don’t let your credit score take a hit just because you’re spending less.

The Worst Ways to Borrow Money — and What to Do Instead
The Worst Ways to Borrow Money — and What to Do Instead

on December 14, 2020

Borrow money the wrong way and you could find yourself stuck in a cycle of debt. Here’s how and when to do it.

8 Ways to Free Yourself of Retirement Debt
8 Ways to Free Yourself of Retirement Debt

on December 11, 2020

You’ve got options you might not even think of — including credit cards.

Credit Card Secrets the Banks Don’t Want You to Know
Credit Card Secrets the Banks Don’t Want You to Know

on November 13, 2020

The less you think about credit and credit cards, the better the lenders like it. Here are some things they don’t want you to know, but I do.

The Top 6 Objections to Reverse Mortgages
The Top 6 Objections to Reverse Mortgages

on November 13, 2020

A reverse mortgage can make sense for people in the right financial situation, though it’s not for everyone.

7 Reasons to Carry Mortgage Debt Into Retirement
7 Reasons to Carry Mortgage Debt Into Retirement

on November 12, 2020

It often makes financial sense to not pay off your mortgage before retiring.

Why Baby Boomers Still Have So Much Student Loan Debt
Why Baby Boomers Still Have So Much Student Loan Debt

on November 10, 2020

A group of unlikely Americans holds more student debt than anyone else.

Triple the Value of Your Grocery Spending With This New Credit Card Benefit
Triple the Value of Your Grocery Spending With This New Credit Card Benefit

on November 9, 2020

You could rack up as much as $270 toward future travel just from your grocery spending for the next six months — not to mention the card’s many other benefits.

15 States With the Most Seriously Overdue Mortgages
15 States With the Most Seriously Overdue Mortgages

on November 6, 2020

When federal forbearance programs expire and the moratorium on foreclosures is lifted, millions of homeowners could be in serious trouble.

4 Credit Repair Company Lies — and How to Fix Your Score Without Help
4 Credit Repair Company Lies — and How to Fix Your Score Without Help

on November 5, 2020

Credit repair companies promise the sun and the moon, but they may instead be taking you for an expensive ride.

6 Ways to Have a Debt-Free Retirement
6 Ways to Have a Debt-Free Retirement

on November 5, 2020

You want as few expenses as possible on a fixed income. Here’s how to cut one of the worst.

The 4 Best Credit Cards Available for November 2020
The 4 Best Credit Cards Available for November 2020

on November 4, 2020

New and strong credit card offers can mean savings for the holiday season.

The 6 Worst Mortgage Mistakes You Can Make
The 6 Worst Mortgage Mistakes You Can Make

on November 3, 2020

A house may be the most important purchase of your life. Don’t blow it by making one of these dumb mistakes.

Never Buy These 10 Things With Your Credit Card
Never Buy These 10 Things With Your Credit Card

on October 31, 2020

Credit cards offer many conveniences and protections, but sometimes it’s simply smarter to keep the plastic tucked away.

7 Surprising Things That Damage Your Credit Score
7 Surprising Things That Damage Your Credit Score

on October 26, 2020

A seemingly small stumble can cause your credit score to plummet.

Why the Mortgage Refinance Window Could End Soon
Why the Mortgage Refinance Window Could End Soon

on October 24, 2020

The window of opportunity for refinancing into super-cheap mortgages could be closing.

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