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If you don't have a credit card because you're scared of debt, you could ruin your chance of owning a home.
A string of bad choices after I got married led to the best financial decision I’ve ever made for my family
Holly Johnson and her husband were about $50,000 in debt — and they were tired of it. Now, they're completely debt-free and on a path to retire early.
Master these money concepts and you're well on your way to building wealth.
The ‘debt snowball’ and ‘debt avalanche’ might sound gimmicky, but they’re both highly effective strategies to get out o...
If you want to get out of debt, the "debt snowball" or "debt avalanche" strategies could help. The most important thing, though, is to start.
Employees at an $11 billion insurance company can trade their vacation days for cash to help pay off student loans
Unum, a Tennessee-based insurance company, is allowing its US employees to exchange unused vacation days for help with student loan payments.
If you have a collection of credit cards for the benefits, but are concerned with the burden of managing multiple cards, you're not alone, and Tally can help.
You can start paying off debt by answering one question, and it starts with identifying why you decided to go into debt in the first place.
A growing number of Americans over age 65 are filing for bankruptcy just to get by, and it could signal a larger problem in the US
More older Americans are filing for bankruptcy, reports The New York Times, citing a study from the Consumer Bankruptcy Project. The costs of aging have been off-loaded onto a population with limited resources that hasn't saved enough for retirement.
Credit card debt is on the rise in the US, with the average American household carrying a credit card debt of $5,700, according to a new report by by ValuePenguin. However, location accounts for differences in credit card debt. See which states have the highest credit card debt.
Student loans can leave young people in thousands of dollars worth of debt, with the average borrower graduating with over $37,000 to pay back. Despite the costs, student loans are a worthwhile investment if having that education will lead to a good career and income down the road.