Do you have a rewards credit card? If not, now is the perfect time to consider one
What can disabled persons do about telephone calls and letters from collectors? What happens if you are sued?
Find out how you can protect your financial interests
What happens to your financial accounts when you pass away? They will be passed along to the beneficiary or beneficiaries designated for that account – but what happens when your beneficiaries are out-of-date?
Are we going about it all wrong?
There are two primary reasons America isn't using the EMV technology to its full potential, and the technology doesn't address all forms of fraud
How would you finance a home improvement project? If it's beyond what you can pay for in cash, you might consider using a credit card instead of a home equity loan or line of credit
Since student debt draws money away from other savings and investment opportunities, the long-term effect on net worth can be devastating
Your checking account is a tempting target for thieves. You must stay alert for the many varieties of checking account scams – but first, you must be able to recognize a scam when you see one
If you did tap your home equity, what would you do with the funds?
You're never too old to learn new things – including better money management practices
The housing market has suffered from excess demand and limited supply for years, causing a sharp increase in home prices, but the turning point may have arrived
Identity thieves love to steal children's identities, and you need to take the right steps to help prevent it
Do you monitor your Social Security number for any signs of fraudulent use? A new survey suggests you think that you should, but you probably don't.
You probably know that you can place a fraud alert on your credit reports – but did you know there are three different types of fraud alerts that you can apply?
You didn't know? You're not alone
According to a new study, knowledge of your credit score does give you the power to manage credit responsibly
Do you have a loan payment that is squeezing your monthly budget a bit tighter than you'd planned?
It's smart to get the most out of your credit cards, but do so within a budget and with one thought in mind "Is a credit card the best way to pay for this item?"
Consider these alternatives to a reverse mortgage before you commit
It is prudent to have insurance, but it is also smart to have the right amount of insurance for your needs
The biggest benefit of having a credit card may also be a big drawback
Finding a job can be a stressful and difficult task – and if you have poor credit, you may have an even harder time finding a job
According to 2017 data from the credit bureau Experian, unpaid medical debt in America topped $127 billion\
Do you use your credit card for most purchases? Are there times you prefer paying with your debit card? Perhaps you still use those funny green paper rectangles with numbers on them?
Is a home purchase on your to-do list over the next two years? You'll have plenty of competition finding your new home, according to a new survey
According to a new study from Visa, EMV cards have lived up to their promise
Identity thieves have many other ways to cash in on your personal information
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?
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