Get inspired to eliminate your debt with the story of one couple who stopped borrowing, retired $147,000 in debt, and started living life on their own terms.
It's true. Debt settlement can actually leave you deeper in debt after you've settled with your creditors. Here's what to watch for.
If you're fighting to reduce your credit card debt, a balance transfer card can be a powerful tool. Read this list to find the best card for you.
If you're depressed and anxious, or your physical health is poor, a new study says it might closely be related to your debt.
Depending on your situation and your goals, opting out of your 401(k) plan can be a smart financial decision.
Your credit card company uses all sorts of sneaky statement tricks to keep you in debt. Learn what to look out for.
People in their late 20s are deeper in debt than their parents were. But with these tools, you can break the debt cycle.
Why some of us take on so much debt — and how others manage to avoid it so well — can seem mysterious. Discover some of the reasons.
Discover how your relationship with money can affect your kids' relationship with money — and how to make positive changes for you and them.
Don't let your finances suffer death by a thousand cuts! Learn to stop the little leaks that add up to big bucks.
Spending money can be a lot of fun, especially when credit keeps things going. It begs a very simple question — why bother getting out of debt?
Whether you have a problem with credit-card debt or just want a new way to budget, it might be time to go for the green.
It's not the most wonderful time of the year when the first credit card bills from the holiday season start to arrive. Here's how to pay them off.
Taking control of debt is essential to preventing it from getting out of hand. Here are some tips to get you started with a debt management plan.
While I am a cash-only person by circumstance (paid off the credit cards and never reopened accounts), I am so grateful that I live in a cash world.
Whatever holidays you celebrate in November, December, and January, they're over now. We spend November and December gearing up, getting ready, anticipating days off from work, tra
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