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Don't navigate the murky waters of debt alone. A credit counselor may be the guiding light you need.
Spending addiction is real, damaging, and scary. If you recognize yourself in any of these signs, you may need to seek help.
You're dumping cash out the window (sometimes literally) if you don't plug these money leaks ASAP.
Cash is super if you're 12 years old and want to go to the movies. But for the rest of us, the less cash, the better.
From strange smells to wacky wiring, you shouldn't ignore these house-hunting red flags. Read on for 10 more.
A "reverse bucket list" — a running tally of all the wonderful things you've already accomplished — can be the perfect personal finance motivator.
Looking for ways to afford the holiday shopping tab this year? Join the club — literally!
Banks and other big financial players measure and track lots of data about their performance. Here's one you should start tracking, too.
The leaves are changing, and you still don't have your dream home. Hey, no worries! Fall is a great time to house hunt.
The student loan default rate is rising. If you ever find yourself falling behind, here's how to catch up.
Even if you aren't lucky enough to be a young millionaire, you can still learn a thing or two about money from the filthy rich under 40 set.
Swinging red or blue on Election Day may depend on how you spend your green.
You can use a credit card to pay for just about everything — even other loan payments. But there's a catch.
Young people aren't investing as much as they should be — and it's costing them. Get over these fears and start putting your money to work.
Don't let high interest credit card debt totally derail your money. Pay it off, quickly, with a few smart moves.
These are powerful ways students can use credit cards for their benefit while still avoiding debt.
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