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Here's what to do when your mortgage doesn't seem manageable.
Avoid the traps and scams on the way to becoming debt free.
Also, making a plan for paying off student loans.
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.
The first year of parenthood is one of the most expensive. Here's how to prepare. Also, tips for paying off student loans before marriage.
Resources, rules, resilience. You need all three.
Find out how much you should allocate from each month's paycheck toward your debt.
Exclusive advice on allocating for retirement, Roth IRAs, SEPs and more.
If money is tight, here are some ways bring in a little extra that you may not have considered.
Marquis knows he's behind on his mortgage. What he doesn't know is that he's about to lose his home.
Not so fast, Carmen says.
With money topping the list of couples' complaints, you and your significant other can't afford not to talk about it.
In this volatile market, investors have been understandably preoccupied with the day-to-day swings in stock prices. But instead of fixating on ticker movements, you might better spend your time paying attention to how this slide is affecting your long-term asset allocation strategy.
A top wedding planner offers extra tips for how to save big for the big day.
Simple ways to trim the cost of your wedding before you walk down the aisle.
Should you dip into your 401(k) to pay down debt? What if you've got a house that just won't sell? Watch the video for answers.
Can't get enough Carmen? Join the Official Facebook Group here.
If you've been laid off, here's how to make sure your 401(k) is coming with you.
Don't just pay less to get to work. Pay nothing. Here's what you need to know about casual carpooling.
The reference made in last night's show to the website of the Federal Housing Administration's low-down payment home loans was incorrect. The correct website to apply for an FHA loan is HUD.gov . We apologize for the error.
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