In this week's Q&A, Brian O'Connell tells one reader how to fight back against illegal debt collection practices.
One bank might just establish a trend of its own by opening up its coffers to small businesses — to the tune of $4 billion.
The National Association of Home Builders look at the Baby Boomer crowd — 77 million strong — and see a possible way out of the housing crisis.
If you benefited from the Homebuyers Tax Credit in 2009, and want to apply it to your tax forms, here’s an easy step-by-step guide.
A lot of news about the state of our economy was released this week - some good, some bad. Here are the effects of the news.
How did the financial markets respond to the Federal Reserve Board’s decision to lift its discount rate from 0.50% to 0.75% last week?
People hate collections agents, but trying to pry money out of late-paying consumers is no picnic either.
A new ProPublica investigation is pointing fingers at some big lenders, crying foul in the rejection of some homeowners' loan modification applications.
Last week was a big one for brand rebuilding (Tiger Woods, Toyota). But was it a good one for mortgage rates?
Citi is allowing delinquent mortgage borrowers to remain in their homes — free of charge — for six months. All they have to do is sign over ownership.