By David Weliver July 2, 2015
Most people only get a new credit card every few years. Learn how to comparison shop for credit cards and how to choose a credit card you’ll be happy with.
By Patty Lamberti July 1, 2015
If you’re going to binge on some television, these shows come with financial themes from which you just might learn a thing or two.
By Ashley Barnett June 30, 2015
What do you do when you’re unable to even make the minimum payments on your debt? You do have other options besides bankruptcy. Debt consolidation, debt management, and debt settlement are all viable options depending on your situation.
By Lou Carlozo
Upstart provides personal loans, no credit required. Upstart is geared towards for college graduates with good jobs who can’t get approved for traditional loans or credit cards simply because they haven’t used credit long enough.
Buying a house is one of the largest financial decisions of your life; but how do you know when you’re ready to buy a home? 5 questions to help you find out.
Internet-based mortgage companies often offer the best mortgage rates, but who are you really working with? We show you how to find the best online mortgage lenders and discuss when it’s worth getting your mortgage online versus working with a local bank or broker.
By Lou Carlozo
Your 401(k) has the potential to make you a millionaire. Here’s a simple, 10-step 401(k) strategy for 20- to 30-year olds to help you get the most from your retirement savings.
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By Kevin Mercadante June 29, 2015
Is the rate on your student loan too high? Here’s what you need to know to find out if your interest rates are fair and — if not — how to lower your student loan interest rates.
By Lou Carlozo June 26, 2015
There are meaningful trade-offs when choosing between a roboadvisor and a real live financial advisor to manage your investments. Here are the pros and cons to each.
By Ashley Barnett June 25, 2015
Our 10 favorite personal finance apps will keep your spending, saving and investing on track.
By Amber Gilstrap June 24, 2015
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By Lou Carlozo June 22, 2015
Personal finance is 10 percent math and 90 percent psychology. Here are four ways to leverage your emotions to aide — not sabotage — your finances.
By Amanda Abella June 18, 2015
With the economy improving, more people are able to find traditional employment. Does that mean the side hustle is going away? We don’t think so.
By Lou Carlozo June 15, 2015
So you’ve decided to take the next step in your finances and hire a financial advisor. Great! Here are some questions you can ask that will make sure you are getting exactly what you are looking for.
By Kevin Mercadante June 12, 2015
To buy a house, you need cash for a down payment…and then some. Here’s a look at the actual amount of money you’ll need on hand at closing to purchase a new home.
By Alaina Tweddale June 10, 2015
How much do you need to have saved for retirement at age 30? 40? 50? It’s a complicated — and very personal — question, but here are some useful benchmarks based on age and income.
By Amanda Abella June 8, 2015
What do you do when you ask for a raise but your boss says “no”? Assuming you’re not a terrible employee, it’s time to get strategic. Here are your options.
By David Weliver June 5, 2015
Open a new Capital One 360 Savings Account before July 31, 2015 and earn a bonus of up to $500 on your deposit.
By Patty Lamberti June 5, 2015
If you drive less than 10,000 miles per year you might be paying too much for car insurance. Consider a pay per mile car insurance company.