In the Media


30 Money Mistakes You’re Probably Making This SummerIn The Media Link

Summer is a time to cut loose and have fun. But, if you’re not careful, that fun can lead to overspending, failing to keep tabs on your finances and making money mistakes due to distractions.

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Beware hidden fees on prepaid debit cardsIn The Media Link

Prepaid debit cards can be a convenience, but at what cost?

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Why you should say NO when for-profit colleges come recruitingIn The Media Link

Our military protects the United States. Now some of those states want to protect the military – from for-profit colleges.

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Looking For Cheap Food On Your Summer Vacation? New Interactive Map Shows You Where To Eat.In The Media Link

So presumably just in time for your summer vacation, a consumer education and financial solutions website, Debt.com, has come out with an interactive map, “Cheap Eats Nation,” and they told us about it first.

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Financial literacy class offers guidance to teachersIn The Media Link

Faith Ramos teaches family and consumer sciences at Cuba High School in the rural northwest of New Mexico and said many of her students don’t have basic money smarts. New Mexico is in the middle of the pack when it comes to debt: the average load is 8.15 percent of income, according to Debt.com, which ranked […]

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Ask Stacy: What’s the Best Company to Repair My Credit?In The Media Link

Whether it’s your car, your plumbing or your body, if it’s broken, there are pros who often can repair it. But can the same be said for your credit?

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The Pros and (Mostly) Cons of Balance Transfer Credit CardsIn The Media Link

So you have credit card debt. Maybe a lot. What’s more, it’s on a high-interest credit card, and it’s killing you. So you’ve stumbled on the idea of doing a balance transfer to a lower-interest, or maybe even a zero-interest, credit card.

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9 Things Young Professionals Can Do Now to Have More LaterIn The Media Link

With massive student loan debt, a tough job market and stagnant wages, millennials face an uphill battle when it comes to getting ahead. But the 75 million young people between the ages of 18 and 34 should not lose hope.

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Why You Are Unjustifiably Confident About Your RetirementIn The Media Link

While Americans’ confidence in having enough money to retire is remaining steady, preparation for those golden years still seems to lack.

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Are Americans Convenience Crazy?In The Media Link

We have all heard the saying “time is money,” but more Americans like never before apparently believe their time is extremely valuable

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