The government's health care portal stumbled badly out of the gate 2 months ago, and it's still far from perfect.
An offer that would allow you to pay 0 percent on existing debt seems like a no-brainer, but it isn't. It can be a good deal, but there are potential downsides.
It sounds impossible, but it's true: Being unable to pay a credit card balance or losing your home to foreclosure could result in a big tax bill.
Joe Cantrell says he faces charges after trying to take advantage of the retailer's policy.
It's easy to unknowingly do damage to your credit score, but sometimes people worry unnecessarily -- or put faith in things that don't help.
Sharing your home with older family members isn't for everyone, but it may cut costs and make caregiving simpler for you. Here's help with eight questions about the money side of the decision.
The good news: Bad weather means fewer drivers on the road, and they're going slower than usual. The bad news: It's still dangerous.
The Affordable Care Act includes tax credits and subsidies to ease the cost burden for some, but others will have to choose between higher premiums or inferior plans.
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Americans can kill two birds with one stone by filing their taxes and buying health insurance at the same time.
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