What good is money if it’s not making your life more enjoyable? Learn how to turn your money into happiness.
What is the debt ceiling? How does it affect me? These are some questions that you may ask yourself whenever your hear about the national debt and the debt ceiling in the news. Learn about how this affects you and the economy.
Half of Americans are unprepared for unexpected expenses. What side are you on? Follow these simple tips to insulate yourself from financial calamity.
A new initiative allows eligible jobless homeowners to defer mortgage payments while they seek employment.
The average credit score for Americans rose to 696 last month and total consumer lending saw growth in the first quarter leading many to believe we’re on the cusp of a loan rebound across the country.
Ever wonder “How can I be better prepared for an unexpected bill?” We share a few of our favorite tips for saving money for unanticipated expenses.
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If financial hardship forced you to choose between your mortgage and your credit card, which would you choose? Our guest contributor, Peter Andrews, reveals the surprising differences between what we say and what we do – and why.
With spring comes blooming flowers, warmer weather, birds chirping, tax refunds and the need for spring-cleaning for both your home and your finances. If you’re [...]
Credit Report Changes Could Affect Your Mortgage Loan Application If you are in the process of buying a home, you probably have received a [...]