The fluctuating numbers of COVID-19 cases across the country bring concerns that a second wave of the illness may be imminent. If you are one of the millions of Americans who experienced unemployment or other pandemic-related hardship, you may feel far from recovered enough to do it all over again.
Did you know that Americans collectively owe more than $1.2 trillion in auto debt? If you’re among them, check out our tips to pay down your auto debt quickly.
As long as you use them responsibly, credit cards are useful tools in your financial arsenal. Nonetheless, so few borrowers understand the damage they can work upon their financial health by abusing them.
People who live debt-free share certain key characteristics. Here, we outline the most important characteristics of a debt-free lifestyle so you can adopt them in your life and be well on your way to living debt-free.
In today’s America where consumer debt runs rampant, student loans are astronomical, and there is talk about social security running out, is financial independence even possible?
Here, we give a few of the common financial pros and cons of owning a tiny house so you can decide for yourself whether the promised savings are real or too good to be true.
Let’s get honest for a minute: Do you know your credit score? While this three-digit number may not define you, it does define your credit – and your future borrowing abilities!
Read on for an overview of these two ways to pay off debt so you can choose for yourself which approach, if either, is the best way for you to get rid of your debt once and for all.
If you are one of those Americans who still has a pension plan (or a spouse with a pension plan), it’s important to know a few key aspects of these plans.
Unfortunately, physical illness isn’t the only devastating effect of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic: financial fraud is on the rise as hackers and scammers capitalize on society’s collective weakness.