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Stacy Johnson on December 2, 2019
Sometimes credit scores aren’t logical. This is one of those times.
Stacy Johnson on August 12, 2019
Not all debt is a downer. In fact, some debt can make you rich. Here’s how to tell good debt from bad.
Stacy Johnson on July 1, 2019
It seems logical: Credit card companies will reward you with a higher score if you carry a balance. But is it true?
Stacy Johnson on May 27, 2019
One way to get ahead of debt is to borrow in the form of a debt consolidation loan. But before going down this road, you need to do this first.
Stacy Johnson on February 25, 2019
Which is the best method for paying down credit card debt? Here are the pros and cons of three main options.
Jim Gold on July 31, 2018
You can turn the tables on aggressive debt collectors. Here’s what you should know — even if you have no outstanding debts.
Karla Bowsher on July 25, 2018
Debt strains everyone’s finances. But for couples, it also stresses their relationship. Here’s what anyone can learn from this.
Stacy Johnson on July 2, 2018
You’ve probably seen the ads: “Owe Taxes to IRS? We Can Help!” Can these tax-relief companies really help with unpaid tax bills? Here’s what you need to know.
Karla Bowsher on June 14, 2018
Here’s what everyone should know about this cheap — and sometimes free — path to a college degree.
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 March 21, 2018
The Federal Reserve just raised its pivotal federal funds rate for the sixth time in about two years. Find out who wins and loses from this move.
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 January 2, 2018
If you’ve got a debt problem, it’s time to stop worrying and start doing something about it.
Karla Bowsher on December 13, 2017
The Federal Reserve just raised the federal funds rate again, which means interest rates will likely rise in 2018. Here’s how the move will impact anyone with savings or debt.
Nancy Dunham on November 16, 2017
Whether area economies dip or soar, residents of some U.S. cities don’t contain their credit card debt.
Karla Bowsher on October 18, 2017
Student loan debt has reached a new record high, with college grads of every age bearing this burden. Here are five tricks to pay off college loans sooner.
Marilyn Lewis on October 6, 2017
Just because you don’t have a vast estate to divvy up among your heirs doesn’t mean you can’t give them a nice boost.
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