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Find out the truth from attorneys working in the field.
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The period after a divorce isn’t just a time for emotional recovery – it’s a time for financial recovery, too.
Financial missteps in your 20s can make going bald or wearing mom jeans the least of your worries later.
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Your credit score can make your life easy or hard, so pay attention.
Not everything that comes with a good credit score is obvious.
Now that you’ve earned an excellent credit rating, here’s how to cash in on your good reputation.
The FTC and Equifax are settling a lawsuit regarding a data breach. Learn how to claim your free monitoring from the Equifax settlement.
I couldn’t get a credit card because I’m such a good person. But I figured a way around that.
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Having poor credit can make saving money and buying a house more difficult. Believe it or not, it can also put a strain on your love life.
If you have bad credit or none at all, here’s how you can still get a credit card.
People sign up for them without knowing what they are and pay for it later.
Credit cards are powerful tools that can help you build excellent credit — but they can also sink your finances.
Some credit myths are just that – myths, and they do more harm to your credit than good.
Thanks to the worst data breach ever, we all get an amazing new crime-fighting tool.
And is it really worth the effort?
A missed payment is the No. 1 way to lose points on your credit score.
Not only is it possible, it’s an amazing way to live your life.
James Garvey discovered a clever way to help Americans do these two things at the same time — for almost nothing.
This spooky map looks at how long it takes to pay off the typical credit card debt in every state.
This month, Debt.com answers all your questions – in under a minute.
We give you five tips for how to repair your credit effectively after you go through personal bankruptcy to get you on the road to better credit.
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