Balance transfer cards can be a great tool to pay off your debt faster, but there are also costly errors you should try to avoid.
Your favorite store may offer a "same as cash" deal with no-interest financing. Beware — it's not the same as getting 0% APR on new purchases.
No mortgage? No problem. You can still purchase the home of your dreams.
Millennials are super wary of debt — and credit cards. But embracing plastic responsibly is an important adult skill.
Being self-employed is amazing — until you find yourself struggling to get financing. These tips will have lenders loving you.
You're ready for a shiny new set of wheels. All you need to do is make these important money moves, first.
Rent-to-own can be a lifeline for those with poor credit. Before snagging the keys to your soon-to-be dream home, brush up on what you need to know.
We're generally in favor of buying versus leasing. If you decide to lease, make sure you understand what you're paying for.
Before you drive off in the first shiny set of wheels that catches your eye, stop to think — are you making these naive money mistakes?
It takes money to make money, and for small business there have never been so many ways to borrow some. How would a loan help your business grow?
Secured credit cards can help build or rebuild credit — but you may be surprised by the other benefits they offer, too.
If you're planning to lease a new (or new-to-you) car, follow this advice to make sure you're factoring in all the costs and getting a car you truly can afford.
A bad personal credit rating is not the end of the world -- or your small business. It's a problem to be managed, just like any other.
Unfortunately, there's no dating-style website for banks...yet. So how do you find the perfect bank for your business?
You can build your business credit fairly quickly and potentially eliminate the need for a personal guarantee if you plan for it from the outset.
Zero percent financing may not be as good a deal as it sounds. Many such deals are simply a bait-and-switch ruse. Even when they're legit, they can wreak havoc with your credit.
There are two main strategies that buyers rely on to pay for a company: lump sums and financing.
First quarter 2010 numbers are in, and Venture Capital investment in both dollars and deals were down. The good news, if you can call it that, is that it's better than Q1 2009.
There are a number of sources of capital for most business owners who need help financing an expansion. It's just a matter of finding the right fit for your company.
Venture capital can be an option for certain small businesses, although not all companies are a good fit.
Become a fan
Enter your email address to subscribe: