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..
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.
Getting a job is more than sending in your résumé, sitting through multiple interviews, and providing great references. Employers want to ensure they make the best hiring decisions, so they've..
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..
Money experts and financial gurus frequently talk about avoiding "bad debt" and only taking on "good debt." There are even some outspoken experts who think all debt is "bad."
What makes one debt..
As we begin a new year, the pandemic continues, as do relief efforts. On December 27, 2020, another COVID-relief package — the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act..
Now that the government has passed a second stimulus package, it's time to prepare for the second check you'll be receiving sometime in 2021. The better prepared you are now, the more likely you..
I was with a friend recently who was telling me about a family member whose finances were circling the drain.
“She’s got no savings, her credit cards are maxxed, she’s getting calls from creditors..
Have you ever asked yourself, “Where did that paycheck go?” or “Where did that new handbag/table saw/[insert expensive purchase] come from?” Do you see your checking account balance dwindling, but..