The Worst and Best Ways to Destroy Debt
The Worst and Best Ways to Destroy Debt

on October 12, 2020

Dealing with debt the wrong way compounds the problem. Here are some bad ideas — and much better ones — for eliminating obligations.

8 Surefire Ways to Get Rid of Debt ASAP
8 Surefire Ways to Get Rid of Debt ASAP

on October 6, 2020

Here’s how to pay off debt fast and pain-free.

20 Common — but False — Beliefs About Divorce and Money
20 Common — but False — Beliefs About Divorce and Money

on September 22, 2020

Separate the facts from the myths.

16 Ways to Outsmart Your Brain for More Wealth and a Better Retirement
16 Ways to Outsmart Your Brain for More Wealth and a Better Retirement

on September 21, 2020

Understanding the psychology of money will help you keep more of it and make more of your time.

7 Ways to Worry Less About Your Retirement
7 Ways to Worry Less About Your Retirement

on September 15, 2020

Focusing on these things will improve your finances and your outlook.

The Top 10 Reasons Baby Boomers Are in Debt
The Top 10 Reasons Baby Boomers Are in Debt

on September 7, 2020

The most common type of debt among older adults might surprise you.

The Anatomy of a Debt Crisis
The Anatomy of a Debt Crisis

on September 4, 2020

In this week’s podcast: We talk to someone I know who describes what it’s like to dig a debt hole — and to finally fix it.

This Type of Investment Just Keeps Getting Cheaper
This Type of Investment Just Keeps Getting Cheaper

on September 3, 2020

Here is the latest good news for savers.

Americans Worry About Paying Credit Card If COVID Surge Continues
Americans Worry About Paying Credit Card If COVID Surge Continues

on August 11, 2020

Concerns arise as many people have taken on more credit card debt in these tough times

How to Get Free Help With Your Student Loans
How to Get Free Help With Your Student Loans

on July 14, 2020

Is student loan debt crushing you or someone you know? Here are some ways to get relief.

Is It Better to Save for Retirement or Pay Down Debt?
Is It Better to Save for Retirement or Pay Down Debt?

on June 24, 2020

As it turns out, the answer might not be as simple as you would hope.

3 Smart Reasons to Get a New Credit Card Now
3 Smart Reasons to Get a New Credit Card Now

on May 14, 2020

Here are the best cards to meet common needs — balance transfers, travel rewards, establishing credit and more.

Most People Don’t Know This Key Fact About Credit Scores
Most People Don’t Know This Key Fact About Credit Scores

on May 6, 2020

Two-thirds of Americans are in the dark about an important truth.

Will You Have Enough to Retire? Here’s a New Way to Find Out
Will You Have Enough to Retire? Here’s a New Way to Find Out

on May 2, 2020

This retirement assessment program is a quick and affordable way to get a snapshot of your finances and learn what you need to do next.

5 Groups Who Won’t Get Coronavirus Checks From Uncle Sam
5 Groups Who Won’t Get Coronavirus Checks From Uncle Sam

on April 29, 2020

Millions of people are getting stimulus payments from the federal government. But you might not be among them.

Get 0% APR on Card Balance Transfers for Up to 21 Months
Get 0% APR on Card Balance Transfers for Up to 21 Months

on April 28, 2020

If you need relief from debt on high-interest cards, jump on one of these deals offering generous introductory periods at 0% APR — some with cash-back programs to boot.

How to Get Your Stimulus Check Faster
How to Get Your Stimulus Check Faster

on April 28, 2020

Millions of Americans are still waiting for their coronavirus stimulus payments to come in. If you’re one of them, you can try entering your bank account info on the IRS website. And if you don’t have a bank, you can have your payment sent to a prepaid card.

7 Ways to Get Your FICO Credit Score for Free
7 Ways to Get Your FICO Credit Score for Free

on April 14, 2020

You no longer need to pay for a look at this widely used credit score.

Coronavirus: What to Do If You’re Unemployed and Have Credit Card Debt
Coronavirus: What to Do If You’re Unemployed and Have Credit Card Debt

on March 31, 2020

Millions of Americans have suddenly found themselves out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some steps you can take if you’ve lost your job and you have credit card debt.

Now Is the Time to Get a Loan to Fit Your Life
Now Is the Time to Get a Loan to Fit Your Life

on March 24, 2020

Sometimes debt is unavoidable. But there are good and bad ways to get the financing you need. See which one makes sense for your situation.

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