Debt—whether credit card payments, student loans, or more—can keep anyone up at night. But, not all debts are created equal. Check back often for new ways to pay off your debt for good.
April 26, 2019
Not all debt is created equal. Prioritize your debt payoff strategies and improve your financial portfolio by understanding the difference between good debt and bad debt.
April 21, 2019
If you're a recently divorced woman of any age -- or planning to get a divorce soon -- you need to make sure that you have a financial divorce checklist. Here are five key steps that will help to keep you on track.
April 16, 2019
Debt can keep homeowners up at night, but not all debts are created equal. If you're looking to tackle your debt, which debts should you pay off first?
April 15, 2019
Having an emergency fund is an insurance policy to ward off credit card debt and high-interest loans when unexpected expenses happen. Here's how to get started.
April 09, 2019
Set your financial goals and get on the fast track to paying off those stubborn high-interest loans. Here are the strategies, tips, and tricks you need to pay off your loans faster than ever.
April 06, 2019
From personal loans to balance transfers, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to consolidating your credit card debt. We explain what to consider before deciding to consolidate your credit card debt as well as tips to consolidate.
April 06, 2019
Many couples fight over money. Here's how to work together to create a household budget that addresses both your shared goals and individual needs.
March 18, 2019
When you graduate from college, it’s important to pay down loans and build wealth in a way that makes sense for your financial situation. Find out what loans you need to pay first and when it makes more sense to put your money elsewhere.
February 19, 2019
Business credit scores can help—or halt—your company's growth. If you need funds now but have a less-than-perfect score, learn what options you have while you work to turn your business credit ranking around.
Sometimes, despite our best intentions, we find ourselves falling behind on our mortgage payments. Here are four ways to get back in your lender’s good graces.
At the time you took it out, a reverse mortgage seemed like the perfect way to fund your financial goals. But perhaps circumstances have shifted or you’ve changed your mind. It’s not too late to back up (and out) before or after you sign your reverse mortgage paperwork. Here’s how to get out of a reverse mortgage in three common scenarios.
Aging in place, otherwise known as staying in your home as you get older, is becoming the norm. However, with the rate lock-in effect and rising property taxes, some homeowners are feeling like they have no alternative to aging in place. How can you ensure that you have a choice—and that you make the right one for your situation?
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