13 Warning Signs That You Have a Debt Problem
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Credit reports from different reporting agencies don’t always match. In some cases, those discrepancies can have a big impact on your score.
Two readers struggle with getting sued by creditors because of their debt. Can it happen, and if it does, what should they do?
New rules in credit reporting protect consumers from credit damage once they have a medical bill sent to collections.
A reader has an aggressive plan to pay off past-due debt within the year but wants to know how fast it will boost his credit.
A reader keeps getting offers for debt consolidation loans, but she’s not sure if they’re a good deal.
You’ll never outgrow your credit score, but can you be too old to start improving it?
He wants to buy a house next year, but his credit score will keep him back – unless he does this.
A reader has tried everything else. Or has she?
Avoid the holiday debt hangover by planning ahead.
Where credit cards get sneaky, and what you can do to avoid their hidden costs.
It’s all about priorities when deciding what to cut or keep while getting rid of debt.
It’s one of the largest purchases you’ll ever make. But saving significant dollars isn’t hard.
DIY money saving videos are a fun, easy way to learn about your finances.
Here are 5 money-saving tips from a New Orleans bartender.
Including: You didn’t apply for a scholarship but no one else did, either.
From checking your credit report to comparison shopping, go the extra mile to keep your cash.