Recent college graduates who face a tough job market need to know their options for repaying their federal student loans.
If you're down on your luck and can't pay the bills, paying 400% interest isn't going to help. Here are some alternatives.
Do you feel entitled to have the latest gadget? Is your self-worth based on the stuff you own?
You have easy access to extra cash that you might not even know about.
Baby boomers are now more likely to be burdened by high-interest credit card debt than people 35 and under. Job loss is only partly to blame.
A new study shows that young people have much more credit card debt than their parents did at the same age.
As we prepare to observe Presidents Day, let's remember that past commanders-in-chief have had financial ups and downs just like the rest of us.
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