We regularly offer free webinars on a variety of money topics. One of the most popular is our seminar on credit scores. This webinar takes the mystery out of understanding a credit score, and people..
T-Mobile recently reported that millions of their customer accounts and prospective customers' accounts had been compromised by a cyberattack. (You can read T-Mobile's account of the cyberattack and..
When I went off to college, my parents took me into the local bank, set me up with my first checking account and that was it. No sage advice. No spreadsheet. No CliffsNotes version of Personal..
Do you tune out when you're asked “credit or debit” at the cash register? I do. I'm asked so often, I just automatically respond, "Debit." It seems easier to enter my PIN right when I swipe my card..
You paid off a big loan last week but when a new lender runs your credit report, it still shows a large balance on your old loan.
That can be really frustrating, especially if you were counting on..
A year ago you went 45 days past due on a few of your bills when you lost your job. Luckily, you were able to find a new position quickly and catch up on the amounts you owed. Now you’re ready to..
Like many Americans over the past few months, you may have opened up your credit card bills and paid them without noticing your available credit limits were lower.
The freshness of spring motivates a lot of people to throw open the windows and doors, and conduct a thorough spring cleaning. Spring is a great time to take stock of what you have, organize it so..
You've gotten through the last year relatively unscathed, but your credit report may have some collateral damage.
It's why the three major U.S. credit reporting agencies, Experian, Equifax, and..
It's frustrating realizing your money is going toward someone else's mortgage when you're paying rent month after month. Make this the year your money goes toward a home of your own!
Here are four..