MSN Money has created a list of 5 ways young adults ruin their credit as a reference for readers to learn from and avoid making the same financial mistakes. Check it Out!
How often do you check your credit report and scores? Once a year? Twice a Year? Never? Find out about the importance of checking your credit report and scores, how credit scores are used in qualifying you for a loan and how you can protect yourself from identity theft. All in one article! You may think it's too good to be true...but it's not. It's just true.
In this guest post, Donna Freedman shares 20 ways to make $20 work for you, your savings goals and your lifestyle.
Buying a home is a major transaction and a successful deal depends on many things. Make sure you’re prepared and follow these four tips for a successful mortgage closing.
2012 is around the corner! A new year is a great time to review your finances and make sure you have everything under control. In this post, we give you seven simple tips for getting your personal budget in order for the new year. We also mention fun things like the hit NBC show Parks & Recreation and the Mayan apocalypse!
A power of attorney form allows you to choose a person or organization to handle your legal, financial, or health care matters if you're unable to take care of them yourself. Here, we’ll cover the basics of power of attorney, what it is, how it works and how it could benefit you.
Guest blogger Mark Stevens, award-winning author of such books as "Your Marketing Sucks" and "Rich is a Religion" discusses some basic concepts that you can use to better manage your money. Trust us, you'll thank Mark and want to read more of his books after you read this.
For our family, Thanksgiving Day is only about family, and Black Friday seemed to be intruding on it this year. Did you stand in line at midnight?
Sleep experts say 7–9 hours is optimal for the average adult, yet so many of us struggle with how to get a better night’s sleep. Here are a few tips to battle tossing and turning at night.
If you don’t have the cash in hand to plunk down for your holiday gifts, consider layaway. While it’s not free, it will keep your credit card balances down, so you don’t end up paying for your gifts after the holidays.