Want a Happily Ever After? Here are a few tips on how Michigan couples can help each other protect their finances and credit scores after marriage.
Unexpected expenses can wreck finances, but here are a few tips on how Arizona consumers can manage a big bill without falling into credit card debt.
Buying an item or two on a whim here and there seems pretty harmless. In fact, most Georgia consumers who habitually engage in impulse buying don’t see the danger in their actions. Eventually, they rack up high credit card balances, run out of money to pay bills on time, and damage their credit scores over [...]
Keeping secrets about money or credit cards in a relationship leads to financial infidelity. Here are a few tips on how Georgia consumers can avoid these issues.
Unfortunately, a lot of Arizona consumers are dealing with maxed-out credit cards, but here are some useful tips on paying down your balances.
Georgia parents can help their children deal with debt issues without bailing them out. Here are a few ways to help them learn financial independence.
In an attempt to stick to their holiday budgets, most Pennsylvania consumers plan to play it thrifty this season. This could help them enjoy a debt-free New Year.
18 years seems like a long time to pay off credit card debt, but studies indicate that some Illinois consumers are doing just that.
Consumer advocates hope that new attempts at addressing the problem with payday loans in Ohio will end the state’s struggle with the industry.
How Generous New York Consumers Can Run into Credit and Financial Problems with Charitable Donations
Many New York consumers are extremely generous with their charitable donations. Yet, this can sometimes lead to credit and financial problems.
Building an emergency fund is an important part of fixing your credit score. Here are a few tips for Pennsylvania consumers who struggle with saving money.
Bank overdraft fees are problematic for many California consumers. However, with the right planning and budgeting, these fees are avoidable.
There are some good reasons that Minnesota consumers might have for wanting to request a higher credit card limit. There are also some really bad ones.