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Scammers know students struggle with debt, so they've created phony loan "debt relief" companies that promise to help for a price.
Does your homeowners or renters insurance policy cover unusual perils?
Tempting ads and your subconscious could be driving up your credit card bills.
More than one-third of consumers have a debt in collections on their credit report, according to a new study.
Advisors often see clients' wealth later squandered by children, but parents can in fact protect their legacy from irresponsible heirs.
Giving to your children while you're still living is more satisfying than leaving instructions in a will to be followed when you're no longer around.
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Nevada, the District of Columbia and Alabama all make the list of states with the highest share of consumers with debts in collections.
Grandparents have to balance their grandchildren's needs without jeopardizing their retirement savings. USA Today reports.
Now, as the economy hums along and the market rises, is a good time to guard your portfolio against the volatility that can strike at any time.
Here are ways you can pay off your mortgage early, starting with the simplest and moving toward the most complex.
Here's a taste of seven gimmicks, accompanied by some advice to chew on.
As club sports for kids gain popularity, the money they entail is leaving lower income kids on the benches. Here's why, and what's being done.
Big variations in price from provider to provider could be adding to your bills—even if you're insured.
Here are three key questions to answer before deciding whether it makes sense for you to lease or buy a car this summer.
Confused about which of your credit cards to use at the local gas station? Fortunately, now there's a smartwatch app for that.
A home renovation can raise your insurance rate - or lead to discounts.
An influx of crowdfunding options provides new ways for needy students to sidestep traditional lenders.
Millennials are keenly focused on trying to take control of their own financial destiny.
When facilities go bankrupt, resident may suddenly find themselves facing homelessness.
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