Life is full of tough decisions. Like, whether it's better to tap your retirement savings or home equity when you need cash.
You got a higher education to improve your life — not to burden it. Don't let a student loan ruin everything.
Cash is super if you're 12 years old and want to go to the movies. But for the rest of us, the less cash, the better.
You know you need an emergency fund, but you just don't have one. When "disaster" strikes, where can you turn for fast cash? Your Roth IRA can help.
Living life free of debt can be really awesome. And we mean really.
If the hefty price tag is dampening your enthusiasm for fair trade, get smart about sourcing your ethically produced must haves.
If you've got more than one kind of debt to repay, target the debt that hurts your credit score the most and watch your rating improve — fast.
Wedding season is fast approaching. Why not make your "Something Borrowed" work to your favor (and your budget)?
There's a razor-thin line between "healthy" debt and a big financial problem debt. Have you crossed it?
When Nosy Parkers start prying into personal money matters, here's how to shut 'em down.
Before taking on any new debt, ask yourself these four questions. Are you ready for the financial commitment?
The Fed raised interest rates for the first time in a decade. How will the market — and your portfolio — respond?
Student loan borrowers have lots of repayment options, including a growing number of refinance options. Here's what to look for.
Conventional wisdom says cosigning a loan is a major money no-no. But are there exceptions?
Borrow money from your IRA, penalty-free? It's possible in these seven scenarios!
If you think the interest rates of American banks are wacky, wait until you take a look at rates in these other countries.
Many banks and lenders are reluctant to lend to the Millennial generation. These four lenders, however, are betting the kids are alright.
Did college cost you a pretty penny? If you work hard to pay off those loans, you'll reap the benefits of a huge financial boost.
There's nothing frugal about borrowing to support a lavish lifestyle. But for essential big purchases, it's okay to visit your bank.
You need to borrow money for a big purchase — how much can you really afford to borrow? Use these financial rules of thumb to find out.
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