6 Things You Should Know About Buying a Home in Retirement
Marilyn Lewis on June 10, 2022
A little knowledge helps you overcome key obstacles when buying new digs during your golden years.
Save on Your Summer Vacation With These Credit Cards
MTN Staff on June 7, 2022
Get ready for sun and savings.
These Are the Best Credit Cards for Saving on Groceries and Gas
MTN Staff on May 4, 2022
It feels like prices are rising week after week. Could a new card help keep your finances on track?
Considering a Tax Refund Advance Loan? It May Cost More Than You Think
Riley Adams (The Penny Hoarder) on April 8, 2022
The immediate access to your money may be appealing, but check out the pros and cons first.
15 States With the Most People Behind on Their Mortgages
Stessa Editors on April 6, 2022
These places have the highest percentage of mortgage holders not current on their home payments, according to federal data.
15 Cities Where Homes Are Selling Most Above Asking
Lauren Thomas on April 5, 2022
The housing market seems overheated nationwide, but these are the places where it’s the hottest.
Where Are Millennials Buying Homes?
Jonathan Jones on April 4, 2022
These metropolitan areas have the highest millennial homeownership rates.
How to Destroy Your Debt and 3 Things to Do Next
Miranda Marquit on April 1, 2022
Here are some simple tricks to pay off your debts, along with some sound advice on next steps.
7 Reasons Why You Should Not Buy a Home Right Now
Maryalene LaPonsie on March 31, 2022
The real estate market has been sizzling, but don’t let fear of missing out lead you to make a bad decision.
15 Cities With the Biggest Increase in Home Improvement Loans Since COVID-19
Jonathan Jones on March 29, 2022
Homeowners, especially in these places, have taken the opportunity to make some upgrades during the pandemic.
15 Cities With the Highest Debt-to-Income Ratios in 2022
Jonathan Jones on March 25, 2022
People in these places are in over their heads financially, and it’s affecting their ability to buy homes.
How to Wipe Out Debt for Good
Living on the Cheap Editors on March 15, 2022
Get ready to say goodbye to your debt, and use these tips to break free from your burden.
What to Know About Student Loans Before You Borrow
Reyna Gobel on March 10, 2022
Borrowing money for college is a bigger commitment than you might realize, and there are many variables to understand.
Credit Card Balance Transfers: When Are They a Good Deal?
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.
Your Credit Score Can Predict When You’ll Die, Research Shows
Kristen Bahler on March 2, 2022
Sudden changes on your credit report may indicate a higher risk of death.
Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage? Ask These 5 Questions
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.
How to Pay Off Your Mortgage Early and Save Thousands
Rachel Christian (The Penny Hoarder) on January 27, 2022
What would you give to be out of debt faster? These strategies could make it happen.
Can You Have Too Many Credit Cards in Your Wallet?
Larissa Runkle (The Penny Hoarder) on January 26, 2022
The short answer is yes. Here’s why, and how to fix the problem if you have too many.
4 Debts Americans Want to Pay Off in 2022
Chris Kissell on January 26, 2022
Debt levels are rising again, but some folks are committed to ending that cycle this year.
What Is APR: Here’s How Annual Percentage Rate Works
Whitney Hansen (The Penny Hoarder) on January 26, 2022
Knowing what an APR is and how much it will cost you is an essential part of maintaining good credit.
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