Say goodbye to the messy money matters of your youth. It's time your money sat at the grown-ups table.
Life is best lived with no regrets. But if you make these money moves, you’re sure to have a few.
The Fed raised its benchmark rate last December and — almost nothing changed? Now, just why, exactly?
If only you knew! Real estate agents everywhere want you clued in to these basic home-buying and selling facts.
Ready to make a house a home? Get a leg up on a mortgage application by knowing what lenders are looking for.
Traditional bankers are so passé. Alt financiers can help you get your project off the ground or help you invest — and the market is only growing.
A foreclosure stings, but you can rebuild. Here's what it will do to your credit, and the steps to take to get it back.
There's a razor-thin line between "healthy" debt and a big financial problem debt. Have you crossed it?
Satisfy your craving for that new car smell and get your household out of vehicle debt by staggering new car purchases every six years.
Whether it's your dream to own a home, or you already own your dream home, catch up on what's coming for the market this year.
Before taking on any new debt, ask yourself these four questions. Are you ready for the financial commitment?
Most of us can't afford to pay cash for a new or used car. Finding the right auto financing is easier than you think.
The Fed is raising benchmark rates for the first time since 2008's economic meltdown. Here's how this move will affect borrowers.
Keep your credit reputation ship-shape and you'll qualify for more — and better — credit later. Here's how.
Conventional wisdom says cosigning a loan is a major money no-no. But are there exceptions?
A mortgage refinance can save you tons, right? Not always.
Interest rates are STILL at the historic lows they've been since 2008. Here's why the Federal Reserve is keeping them that way — for now.
Late payments happen. But for these major bills, you need to get them paid on time — or face the consequences.
Do you know the difference between a credit score and a credit history? You need to — here's how to break it down.
The difference between 10 years of interest and 30 of interest years can be tremendous, but the decision isn't easy. How long should a mortgage be?
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