If you're overwhelmed with student loan debt, refinancing might be tempting. Before you make that call, make sure you understand the fine print.
Be the master of your fate when it comes to conquering credit card debt.
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Credit card debt can be rough enough on its own. It's the minimum payments, though, that will really hurt you.
Put the scissors down! If you haven't taken these critical credit card steps, don't cut up your plastic just yet.
Personal finance is best handled with numbers — accurate numbers. These great online calculators have you covered, no math skills required.
It's Day Two of your plan to tackle debt reduction. Time to ditch the excuses, break out the calculator, and make a game plan.
Bonds may not be the snazziest investment, but they sure can tell us a lot about how the economy is doing. Here's why it's smart to start paying attention to bonds.
Even the smartest people make mistakes while trying to reduce debt. Don’t be one of them.
The Fed raised its benchmark rate last December and — almost nothing changed? Now, just why, exactly?
Balance transfer credit cards can be a good way to consolidate debt. Here's what you need to know before signing the dotted line.
Refinancing to a lower mortgage may sound like a no-brainer, but if you're close to retirement, consider these complications.
These cold, hard facts about credit cards should be your wake up call. Be smart, tackle debt, and use your plastic responsibly.
Generally speaking, debt is bad. But sometimes taking on debt is unavoidable — and can actually be good for you.
Debt consolidation can be a great help in eliminating debt, but it's not a cure all, and it isn't free. Here's what to watch for.
You know the drill — closing a credit card can damage your credit score. But sometimes, it might be the right move.
The Fed raised interest rates for the first time in a decade. How will the market — and your portfolio — respond?
The U.S. economy did pretty well in 2015, and the trend is set to continue. Here's what we think the economy will do in 2016.
Don't let your mortgage lender hold out on you! They're in on these secrets — and they could save you big.
Step one? Stop digging! Step two? Develop smart spending and saving habits, like these, to get on top of your debt — and stay there.
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