You could be wasting significant money on your energy bills that you could change into savings with a few minutes of attention
How do you keep from passing bad financial habits on to your children?
Whether it's your first year of independence or not, college tuition is a major added expense. This makes managing your finances well while you pursue higher education extremely important.
Many people never check their credit reports and find out at the worst possible time that they contain errors – for example, when they are applying for a mortgage
Why are we less concerned about identity theft than we have been in the past?
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When you're tempted to accept a store card offer, think of two things how you would use the card in the future and how opening the account will affect your credit score
Miss a credit card payment, and you'll suffer the consequences
America's outstanding revolving debt – mostly credit card debt – was closing in on $1.04 trillion as of June 2018. How will we pay all that money back?
At least part of the millennial generation has other debt concerns
If you're looking to cut your spending, we've got you covered with this list of tips to slash some of the major auto costs and keep more money in your pocket
Data is a hot commodity, and companies are willing to pay top dollar for it
Home buying can be a prolonged and confusing process but you can reduce the stress with research and realistic expectations at every step
A study by the Brookings Institution suggests that approximately 40% of Americans won't be able to pay off their loans and will end up in default by 2023
Is there a limit to America's appetite for debt? At least one indicator suggests that the answer is no
You may be mentally and physically ready to retire, but are you financially ready to retire?
If you do not track your spending, you cannot distinguish between gremlins and your own spending habits or any other reason for your dwindling bank account, including fraud
With a small change in financial habits, more millennials could significantly shift their risk perception with lenders allowing them to qualify for mortgage loans
Have you checked your credit report lately? If not, what's keeping you from doing so?
It's important to avoid unnecessary fees that take a bite out of your nest egg without providing value in return
Have you spent too much on vacations, dining out, or entertainment this summer? Follow these seven simple steps to get your finances back on track and pay down your debt faster
Did you miss the April 17 tax deadline for 2018? If so, you probably filed for and received a six-month extension from the IRS. Don't relax too much, because October will be here before you know it
A lower score means greater risk, and lenders will charge you a higher interest rate because of that difference
How many times have you tossed notices from your credit card issuer without reading them? The best answer is "never." You could be discarding a credit card interest rate increase notice