What to Do If Debt Collectors Come Calling — Even When You Don’t Owe Money
What to Do If Debt Collectors Come Calling — Even When You Don’t Owe Money

on July 5, 2017

You can turn the tables on aggressive debt collectors. You may even get a lawyer to fight for you for free. Here’s what you should know — even if you have no outstanding debts.

Moving Back in With the Folks? 7 Tactics to Help New Grads Survive
Moving Back in With the Folks? 7 Tactics to Help New Grads Survive

on July 4, 2017

It might feel like you’re going backwards. But you can make time in your parents’ house a positive experience and stepping stone to independence — if you behave like an adult.

Is It OK to Retire With Debt?
Is It OK to Retire With Debt?

on June 20, 2017

Some money experts argue that retiring with certain kinds of debt is not such a bad thing. But their advice doesn’t necessarily apply to the average retiree.

This U.S. City Helps Workers Pay Off Student Loans
This U.S. City Helps Workers Pay Off Student Loans

on June 9, 2017

A Tennessee city’s newest workplace benefit is a student loan repayment program aimed at helping workers tackle their education debt.

10 Debt Management Tips for New College Grads
10 Debt Management Tips for New College Grads

on May 4, 2017

After earning a college degree, it’s time to face reality. Here’s how to tackle your debts responsibly while navigating a new career and enjoying newfound freedom.

Ask Stacy — Will Paying Old Unpaid Debts Improve My Credit Score?
Ask Stacy — Will Paying Old Unpaid Debts Improve My Credit Score?

on April 28, 2017

Here’s how to improve your credit score if you have debt in collections. Paying it off may or may not be the answer.

4 Simple Steps That Help Kids Build Solid Credit
4 Simple Steps That Help Kids Build Solid Credit

on April 18, 2017

Credit-card missteps can follow children into adulthood, hurting their finances in myriad ways. Here’s how to educate kids about credit before it’s too late.

Most Consumers Die With Debt, but You Can Avoid That Fate
Most Consumers Die With Debt, but You Can Avoid That Fate

on March 26, 2017

The vast majority of consumers die with outstanding debts — totaling an average of about $62,000. Here’s how to avoid burdening your loved ones.

Credit Card Debt Is Getting More Costly: 2 Methods for Tackling Yours
Credit Card Debt Is Getting More Costly: 2 Methods for Tackling Yours

on March 20, 2017

Continued rate hikes by the Federal Reserve mean anyone carrying credit card debt will pay more for it. Here’s how to change that fate.

Ask Stacy: What Can I Do About My Student Loan Debt?
Ask Stacy: What Can I Do About My Student Loan Debt?

on March 17, 2017

Becky graduated with $126,000 in student loan debt. This is no way to start out in life. What are her options?

6 Ways Spring Weather Helps Your Money Grow
6 Ways Spring Weather Helps Your Money Grow

on March 15, 2017

As the days warm, your opportunities to save money heat up.

Credit Card Debt Hits 10-Year High: What That Means for You
Credit Card Debt Hits 10-Year High: What That Means for You

on March 13, 2017

Americans have not carried this much outstanding credit card debt since before the Great Recession. Is your financial health at risk?

Bipartisan Bill Might Help You Pay Down Student Loans
Bipartisan Bill Might Help You Pay Down Student Loans

on March 5, 2017

A bill in Congress aims to encourage employers to help pay down workers’ student debt by making it tax-deductible.

Americans’ Debt Approaches All-Time High: Reel Yours in Now
Americans’ Debt Approaches All-Time High: Reel Yours in Now

on February 19, 2017

If you feel saddled by a mortgage, car loan or student debt, you’re not alone. Here’s how to get rid of it.

Science Finally Reveals the Best Method for Destroying Debt
Science Finally Reveals the Best Method for Destroying Debt

on February 8, 2017

Focusing on paying off your smallest debt first has proven advantages — but researchers say there’s a hitch.

Student Loan Debt Haunts Retirees — Here’s How to Eliminate It
Student Loan Debt Haunts Retirees — Here’s How to Eliminate It

on February 6, 2017

Retirees and other older borrowers are sinking in the quicksand of student loan debt. We have some tips for digging out.

Ask Stacy — Is There a Statute of Limitations on Debt?
Ask Stacy — Is There a Statute of Limitations on Debt?

on January 20, 2017

You have an old debt that long ago dropped off your credit history. Then one day you get a call from a debt collector insisting you pay it. Can they do that?

Free IRS Tax Help Begins Friday
Free IRS Tax Help Begins Friday

on January 12, 2017

The IRS Free File program is now available to taxpayers who qualify. Money Talks News also is offering a discount on more comprehensive tax help.

8 Foolproof Steps to Get You Out of Debt Fast
8 Foolproof Steps to Get You Out of Debt Fast

on December 27, 2016

Do you desperately want to speed up your debt-reduction efforts? Here’s how to do so without a crash diet.

What’s Your Debt IQ? Take This Quiz to Find Out
What’s Your Debt IQ? Take This Quiz to Find Out

on November 29, 2016

If you’re like most Americans, you are thousands of dollars in debt. But do you really understand how the credit system works?

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