Stacy Johnson on April 20, 2018
The internet says there’s a legal loophole allowing you to dodge your debts. Here’s what I say.
Karla Bowsher on April 19, 2018
A lot of people with credit cards are making this key — and expensive — error.
Karla Bowsher on April 3, 2018
Americans are sitting on more “tappable” home equity than ever. At the same time, borrowing is growing both costlier and trickier. Here’s the scoop.
Karla Bowsher on April 2, 2018
Credit cards are a prime example of how being loyal to a brand or a company can hurt you. Here’s what you should do instead.
Allison Martin on March 13, 2018
So-called “rewards” credit cards can cost you a bundle if you aren’t careful. Weigh the following before signing up.
Marilyn Lewis on March 2, 2018
Here’s how to free yourself from your biggest debt faster than you would think possible.
Ari Cetron on February 26, 2018
There are the conventional ways to protect yourself from data breaches. And then there’s the nuclear option — a credit freeze. Here are the pros and cons of each approach.
Marilyn Lewis on February 21, 2018
If you’re thinking of buying a house or refinancing a home loan, these tips can save you thousands of dollars.
Allison Martin on February 19, 2018
Signing up for a credit card isn’t the only way to boost your credit score. Here are some card-free ways to raise your financial standing.
Stacy Johnson on February 16, 2018
One way to get ahead of debt is to borrow in the form of a debt consolidation loan. But before you go down this road, there’s something you need to do first.
Donna Freedman on February 12, 2018
Data from more than half a million borrowers shows that people lower-income states often manage their debt better than those where incomes are higher.
Stacy Johnson on February 9, 2018
Bank or credit union? There’s a simple answer as to which is best, and there’s a simple reason why.
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