The student loan crisis deserves all the attention it has attracted. But let's not focus all our good efforts on outcomes without addressing cause.
How can recent graduates enjoy the convenience and security of credit cards without getting into trouble with debt? Here are a few tips.
You have low-cost mortgages and no-cost mortgages, but how do you know if they're the best deal for you? Here's how they differ, and how they can benefit you (or not).
Are you in the process of selling your home? Could you use some help selling it for more -- without breaking your budget?
When Linda Mannerberg attended the Women's Money Conference in Las Vegas Nevada in 2012, she was struggling with debt and a gambling addiction she hid from those closest to her.
If you're on a budget, you can still find ways to show Mom you appreciate her without breaking the bank.
With all of the recent changes to hotel reward programs, here's what you need to know to choose the best hotel rewards credit card.
As more schools take on financial education, we need to help students not only master the concepts, but also learn how to make the right financial decisions.
One thing holding back your credit score may be your credit cards themselves. Here are five ways your credit cards might be hurting your credit.
There are many reasons to rent a car -- perhaps for a vacation or to replace your car when it's in the shop -- but your credit might be at risk when you rent.