You've shopped, you've compared models, and you've negotiated for a good price on a new set of wheels -- and you might still walk out with a clunker of payment plan.
So many approach budgeting as a one-size-fits-all philosophy, but that isn't how it works. Comparing budgets to fitness regimens shows there are many ways to budget.
It seems obvious that if you're paying double-digit interest rates on a card balance that such an offer would save you money. It might, but it might not.
The reality show offers some important lessons about money, emotions and the law. Here are some basic financial principles reinforced on the show.
If you're behind on payments -- even underwater -- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, may want to give you a no-document mortgage modification.
It's not fun and it's not easy, but if you can set aside your emotions and put in the hours, settling your own debt could pay off for you.
Here are seven money lessons that can help 20-somethings navigate our treacherous economic terrain.
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