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Sure, it looks bleak out there. But this turmoil won't last forever.
The financial questions all couples need to ask to make it last.
Not clear on your credit score? On the Money's credit guru John Ulzheimer is here to set things straight.
When it comes to this magic number, FICO isn't the only player in the game. Plus, why having no debt isn’t necessarily a dream for creditors.
Plus, some tough love for a serial credit abuser.
Avoid the traps and scams on the way to becoming debt free.
Why you don't ever need to sign up for these, no matter how enticing they look.
Between credit card debt and a loss on an investment, Suzanne and Brett wonder if they’ll ever be able to start a family.
These are the only places to get this information accurately.
Carmen maps out the financial road ahead for a couple digging out of debt and a single mom caring for an elderly uncle and a young son.
Ever open a piece of mail to find a bill for something you bought 10 years ago? Here's how you know if you have to pay it.
Resources, rules, resilience. You need all three.
Find out how much you should allocate from each month's paycheck toward your debt.
Also, what to do when your creditor files for Chapter 11, from On the Money's credit guru.
Also, why it's better for your credit to keep old cards open, from On the Money's credit guru.
Credit cards and college students are a dangerous combination. And with the start of college just days away, it's not too late for a quick primer course. By senior year, nine out of ten have at least one credit card with an avearge outstanding balance of $2,864.
Many incomes are flat or down. The same goes for Investment portfolios. In many parts of the country, your house isn't worth what it used to be. People are losing their jobs, homes or both. Living with debt and credit has become a high-stakes, high anxiety balancing act. This special report will help you.
With more Americans taking on more debt, debt consolidation may seem like a good way out. If so, do it sooner, rather than later and beware of these common mistakes.
If you’re one of the many American’s with bad credit, a credit repair service probably sound pretty appealing. But can they really fix your credit? The short answer is no. Here's why.
Is it practical or even possible in modern day America to eliminate debt entirely? It just takes discipline, sacrifice and a more liberal definition of what constitutes personal debt. Here's what we mean.