8 Ways to Get Your FICO Score for Free
8 Ways to Get Your FICO Score for Free
on November 24, 2016

Good news for consumers: Banks, credit unions and others are adding ways to access the most-used credit score.

10 Ways to Retire Earlier Than Friends on the Same Salary
10 Ways to Retire Earlier Than Friends on the Same Salary
on November 16, 2016

If you hope to retire early, the decisions you make are as important as the money you earn. Here are some tips for getting out of the rat race.

5 Key Things to Know About Buying Property Near the Water
5 Key Things to Know About Buying Property Near the Water
on November 15, 2016

Ah, the surf, sand, crashing waves — and investment risks — of buying a house on the water. Here’s what you need to think about before putting your money down.

Money Lingo You Need to Know for Financial Survival
Money Lingo You Need to Know for Financial Survival
on November 9, 2016

Think you know what these 14 commonly used money terms mean? Some definitions may surprise you.

Be a Budgeting Superstar Without the Struggle
Be a Budgeting Superstar Without the Struggle
on November 8, 2016

One of the best gifts you can give yourself? A spending plan that allows you to reach your goals. (And it doesn’t have to hurt.)

13 Jobs That Brought in the Biggest Raises This Year
13 Jobs That Brought in the Biggest Raises This Year
on October 27, 2016

Tech and health care are well-represented on Glassdoor’s list, but so are jobs in other fields.

Thousands of Soldiers Forced to Repay Sign-Up Bonuses
Thousands of Soldiers Forced to Repay Sign-Up Bonuses
on October 25, 2016

The Pentagon is demanding the National Guard troops pay back enlistment bonuses after they re-enlisted to serve in Afghanistan and Iraq. Find out why.

9 Tips to Ensure You’ll Have Enough to Retire
9 Tips to Ensure You’ll Have Enough to Retire
on October 23, 2016

Planning for retirement savings to last until you are 80, 90 or 100 is a daunting job. But these basic rules can help you figure it out.

10 Ways to Pull Together the Down Payment for a Home
10 Ways to Pull Together the Down Payment for a Home
on October 23, 2016

Homebuying still is cheaper than renting in many cities, and more buyers are eligible to borrow. But where do you find a huge wad of cash for the down payment?

10 Steps to Shopping for Your Dream Home
10 Steps to Shopping for Your Dream Home
on October 20, 2016

For most of us, this is the biggest purchase of our lives. Here’s how to approach it with sense and confidence.

It’s the Economy, Stupid: 23 Memorable Debate Moments
It’s the Economy, Stupid: 23 Memorable Debate Moments
on October 19, 2016

Learn how the candidates of the past have spun their ideas on U.S. jobs, inflation, housing, spending, taxation, the Great Recession and more.

Halloween: Time to Face Your Financial Fears
Halloween: Time to Face Your Financial Fears
on October 19, 2016

Demons — like taxes, budgeting, estate planning and investing — are far scarier if you hide from them. Exorcise them with these tips.

6 Ways Parents Support Their Grown Kids Financially
6 Ways Parents Support Their Grown Kids Financially
on October 17, 2016

Complete financial independence remains elusive for many millennials, even those living on their own, a new survey shows.

Two-Thirds of This City’s Residents Have Debt in Collections
Two-Thirds of This City’s Residents Have Debt in Collections
on October 16, 2016

A new study reveals the extent of the financial struggles experienced by residents of one U.S. city. Can you guess where they live?

Ask Stacy: Can I Have My Student Loans Forgiven?
Ask Stacy: Can I Have My Student Loans Forgiven?
on October 14, 2016

A reader wants to know whether it’s possible to get out from under student loans by having them forgiven. Here’s the must-know if you have student loans.

Consumer Watchdog’s Structure Ruled Unconstitutional
Consumer Watchdog’s Structure Ruled Unconstitutional
on October 11, 2016

A federal appeals court has ruled that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutional. Find out what this means for the CFPB’s future.

Ask Stacy: How Can I Get Credit Without Credit?
Ask Stacy: How Can I Get Credit Without Credit?
on October 7, 2016

It’s the old chicken/egg story. This reader can’t get credit because she has no credit history. But is that really the problem? I think not.

11 Places in the World Where You Can Afford to Retire in Style
11 Places in the World Where You Can Afford to Retire in Style
on October 6, 2016

If retiring in comfort seems like a stretch, consider going abroad. Check out these popular destinations for Americans in their golden years.

9 Ways to Drive Down Your Auto Insurance Rates
9 Ways to Drive Down Your Auto Insurance Rates
on October 6, 2016

Don’t put your head in the sand about auto insurance. There are things you can do that add up to big savings on your policy.

Can’t Leave an Inheritance? Here Are 6 Ways to Help Your Family
Can’t Leave an Inheritance? Here Are 6 Ways to Help Your Family
on October 4, 2016

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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