Are you haunted by the debt of Christmas past? Try these tips to pay it all off sooner.
Tweaking mental attitudes about money can be the key to an improved financial picture.
Make this the year you get rid of all that credit card debt for good.
It’s easy to fall in love with someone who’s broke. But if they’re in debt, that love won’t last.
Want to start the New Year unburdened by holiday debt? Try these tips
I don’t mean to depress you, but be careful with your holiday shopping.
Just ask Chris Tucker. Or Nicolas Cage. Or the artist formerly known as Kanye West.
A recent poll found that nearly 9 in 10 Americans are afraid of the economy.
A new study reveals many Americans splurge on a date even when inflation is killing their budget.
A new study shows that Americans don’t have enough money to buy a home, get married, or save for retirement – even though they owe less than last year.
The answer didn’t surprise me, but it might surprise you.
At 30 years old – earning less than $40,000 a year – I did it myself. But this advice can help anyone.
If any of these sound like you, a nonprofit credit counselor can help you get back on track.
But how much it will help depends on where you live.
Most marrying couples say yes, a depressing new survey shows.
Don’t ignore these warning signals that you’re carrying too much debt.
That stress can break down your body and mind.
Recent studies show more Americans are budgeting to pay cash for their summer travel plans.
More than two years into the global health crisis and many are still blowing through their savings.
Yes, you should think hard about what to do with this extra money.
Financial stress and rising costs prompt many to look for new jobs while being less productive at work.
A new survey shows many Americans may have an undiagnosed medical condition.
It’s time to get out of debt and stop living paycheck to paycheck!
A new study says mom prefers your time, not lavish gifts.
These proven strategies can help you get back on track if you’re ready to take the next step.
Have debt worries? Here is how to avoid being swindled.
Getting out of debt isn’t easy, but will bring you many forms of relief.
Medical debt can lead to depression, anxiety and even the risk of suicide.
Struggling to pay medical debt? You’re not alone, and help is on the way this summer.
If you paid off your debt once, only to run up twice as much later, don’t be too hard on yourself. You can still learn from your mistakes.
Are you dragging a pile of debt into the new year? Here’s how to get rid of it faster.
Tired of paying off debt at a snail’s pace? Maybe it’s time to rework your strategy.
Superheroes have mortgages and student loans, too.
Try these radical moves to get rid of debt in record time.
Eliminating debt can add more to your life than just more money in your pocket.
Tired of chipping away at debt a few dollars at a time? Here’s how to knock out debt in record time.
Consider these key factors before signing up to work with a debt consolidation company.
If you’re sick over medical debt you can’t pay, you’re not alone.
How can you know if a debt settlement company is legitimate? Taking these steps is a good start.
You don’t have to be stuck on the highway to debt hell forever.
Two are better than one when it comes to eliminating a mountain of debt.
Don’t ignore these red flags of a debt settlement company eager to prey on desperation.
Is it time to ask for help getting rid of all that debt crushing you down? Find out now.
Pay up what you owe now to enjoy your golden years later.
Separating from your spouse means splitting up your finances – debt and all.
Learning how it happens can stop you from doing it.
Take these steps to come out of the debt shame shadows and pay off debt for good.
If these red flags are flapping, it’s time to get rid of debt before it haunts you for most of 2022.
Want to pay off debt faster? Start by letting your friends in on your plan.
You don’t have to suffer for years at that soul-killing job just because you’re paying down debt.