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.
You need money fast. Or do you? A loan should never be taken lightly and if you're buying something frivolous, or your credit is poor, reconsider.
Remember how your mom was always wanted you to hang out with the "right" people? Yeah, that's good financial advice, too.
FICO has a new formula for determining credit scores, and it should help borrowers. Find out how it might help you, too.
Myths abound about what does and does not impact a credit score. Read this list of "Does Nots" and know why your score is gonna be fine.
Private student loans may look like a good way to fund your education, but there are a few things you should know before you sign the paperwork.
If you're willing to delay gratification and avoid purchases today — but not forever — you can save money now and eliminate your debt sooner.
Sharing seldom-used items among friends and neighbors is a great (and earth-friendly!) tactic for saving money. Here are the best things to borrow, not buy.
You cut costs and weathered the recession. With the threat of a double-dip recession looming, you may have to find more to cut. Here are three places to look.
Your banker is not the only person with money to lend.
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