Defending Your Credit When You're Defending Your Country
Protect yourself from coming home to bad credit by making the right decisions before deployment.
How to Keep Social Spending Under Control Without Being a Killjoy
Here are the top ways the National Foundation for Credit Counseling says your social circle could be driving you into debt.
How To Get Your Kids a Good Credit Rating -- Or None At All
Your kids can be graduating with an impeccable credit score or no credit score at all and be primed for success.
Making a Debt Escape Plan, Not Buying a Home: The New American Dream
Baby Boomers and GenX’rs would probably have told you in their 20s that The American Dream was to buy a home, but not today.
The Hidden Epidemic of Medical Identity Theft Now Claiming Millions of Victims
Victim numbers are jumping as cyber criminals lose interest in credit cards to grab medical records
Credit Privacy Numbers Are a Scam That Might Land Victims in Jail
Credit privacy numbers brokers claim they have the easy fix for bad credit, but might make you an outlaw.
Military Members Are at a Higher Risk for Identity Theft -- From Family Members
Before you deploy, you need to protect your finances, often from those you trust the most.
The Lifetime Cost of Bad Credit Goes Far Beyond Substantial Interest Payments
Bad credit can seriously impact your quality of life, from the cost of your cell phone contract, to the kind of insurance you can get, to what job you hold.
Is Affirm the Innovative “Uncredit Card” for Millennials Who Hate Credit Cards?
No credit card, no problem. Some merchants let you buy with an untraditional credit tool. It's layaway 2.0.
Americans Are Spending More, Yet Need to Keep a Tight Lid on Debt
An uptick in consumer spending in April reflects a renewed confidence in the economy, but experts warn Americans to stay on top of their debt.