You could greatly improve your financial outlook in half a year by paying more than the minimum balance on debts.
Bad news: Your teen got into a jam with the law. Will bailing him out of jail mean bad news for your finances, too?
Being a financial perfectionist doesn't always pay -- it can be a lot of work for little reward.
There are plenty of ways personal information about you can find its way onto a company's marketing spreadsheet.
'Theft by deception' is one way some collectors are trying to get consumers to pay debts -- even, in some cases, if the debt is a mistake.
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It's fairly common for a boss to check a potential employee's financial situation. Here's how to be prepared.
You've spent years trying to instill financial responsibility in your youngster, and now his score is higher than yours? It may not mean the student has outperformed the teacher.
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