A good credit score can help you get better rates on big purchases or loans. Start boosting your score with some simple steps.
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The fines for going without health insurance are ticking up this year. Are you covered or will you pay a fine?
We all dream about scoring a big financial windfall — and all the great ways to spend it. If fortune does favor you, don't blow it!
Taking care of a few simple home repairs and improvements can protect you and your family from minor accidents — or much worse.
A balance transfer can help your finances. Moving your money from a high-rate card to one that has a 0% APR can save you money and help you pay off your debt much faster.
The Great Recession slowed young people's financial growth, but with today's economy, they're making up for lost time. Are you better off now, too?
Escape the office for an hour everyday and spend your time managing your finances for maximum return — and early retirement.
More and more investors are choosing "robo-advisers" to manage their retirement and other investment accounts. Here are four to consider.
The true, inspiring story of one motivated couple who paid off $37,000 in consumer debt in 27 months by cutting costs and earning extra income.
In general, women investors are more risk-adverse than men investors. But who earns the better returns?
Now that Social Security offers early retirement, it's tempting to take the money and run. Before you do, understand how much you're giving up.
Is your credit score good, bad...or excellent? Find out what range you're in and what that means for your borrowing prospects.
Did you know the VISA Signature credit card you have come with a ton of benefits that's not related to the specific card you have? Here's the comprehensive list!
The Capital One Platinum Prestige card drops the usual rewards card bells and whistles and offers a simple, no fee, low APR credit product.
The US Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Card allows you to choose the "bonus" categories that would allow you to get the most points possible.
Usually you're better off shredding all those credit card offers that come in the mail. Find out when to break out the letter opener instead.
There's more to tech investing than social media stocks. Find some room for these big tech stocks in your portfolio and 2015 could be a big year.
Falling temperatures mean rising fortunes for these five firms whose business booms with winter's gloom. Add some wintry sparkle to your portfolio!
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