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You may be able to pay off debt faster by using a personal loan to combine outstanding debts into one debt with a potentially lower interest rate.
While doing your own research and educating yourself to understand your money is empowering, a good financial advisor can give you the benefit of experience and insight with their guidance.
Credit cards sometimes justifiably get a bad rap. But here are 8 ways to maximize the advantages of your plastic and potentially improve your finances.
Using a personal loan to pay medical bills, consolidate debt, make purchases, or improve your home can be a good financial choice. Learn more.
A co-signer could help someone with a spotty or limited credit history get a loan. Find out more about how co-signing a loan works and the risks involved.
Your Social Security number is something to be carefully guarded. Test your knowledge on when it's OK to share those nine digits.
That's a question we often hear when we're shopping. We may automatically default to one choice, so it's easy to forget that not all plastic is the same.
Our expert shares her strategy on borrowing money with 5 good reasons (and 4 terrible ones) to get an unsecured loan.
Got your first credit card? Get valuable tips for using your card wisely, building your credit score, and avoiding credit card fraud.
Want airline miles or a cash back? Credit card rewards programs can be valuable if you choose a card that matches your spending habits and interests. Here are some tips to find the best one for you.
Unable to pay off the credit card balance each month? Find out how to control spending and avoid going deeper into debt.
Don't make it easy for thieves to steal your identity or personal information. Take these precautions to help protect yourself from identity theft.
A declined credit card can be so embarrassing. Find out why yours might have a hold on it—and how to prevent credit card declines in the future.
You suddenly have a pile of cash—do you pay down debt or put it into savings? A little of both, experts say.
Expect the unexpected - or at least know your options when the unexpected happens. Learn the difference between a personal loan and a line of credit here!
Using cash advances to pay for everyday expenses? Not opening credit card bills? You may be headed for credit card catastrophe.
Build your credit and avoid credit card debt during your college years. Check out these savvy credit card tips for students and get a smart financial start.
Debit, credit or secured-credit card? Different cards have different uses. Learn the pros and cons of each of these cards to decide what best suits you.
Your credit score is important because it impacts almost every big financial decision you make. Find out what a good credit score is and how to get it.
Wondering why your credit card needs a chip? EMV credit cards keep your data safer than ever before. Learn more about chip cards and what they mean for you.
It took only seconds to buy a coffee with your credit card, but the transaction went through multiple steps on a vast interbank network to get from sale to authorization to final settlement.
The key to controlling your financial future may be less complex than you think. Check out these steps you can take to set yourself up for success.
Debt can be a smart financial tool if you use it correctly. Do you know if your debt helping or hurting your financial future? Get insider tips here.
Thinking about future college plans for your children? A 529 plan is a smart way to save.
Almost every financial action you take is influenced by your credit score. What does yours look like? Check out these tips to boost your credit score.
Struggling with credit card debt? With the right plan, you can reduce your debt in as little as 12 months. Check out our 7 Tips to get you back on track!
Are you deep in debt? Bankruptcy should be a last resort. Check out our advice for how to manage and overcome your debt without declaring bankruptcy.
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