CNBC personal finance reporter Sharon Epperson shares some much-needed wallet organization tips with the Today show crew Wednesday morning.» Read More
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CNBC's Sharon Epperson says there are simple ways to create and stick to a budget. You need to know where to start. She recommends the 60 percent solution, where 60 percent goes to committed expenses that must be paid every month.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has expanded its consumer complaint database to include problems with payday loans.
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A new study found "no compelling evidence that young borrowers are bad borrowers."
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