Even after the jolt of the Great Recession, a new study finds that most Americans are not financially prepared for an emergency.
Shannon Guignard didn't hesitate for a moment when her parents asked to
move in with her because they no longer felt safe in their neighborhood.
The furious storms that spawned vicious tornadoes throughout the South
and Midwest recently remind us how quickly life can change. Storm
victims are faced with the daunting task of not only rebuilding homes
but also their personal finances.
Are you considering asking for a credit line decrease on your credit cards? Experts say: Don't do it.
When traveling abroad, credit cards that
Americans use don't always translate at the register. Consider these measures to prevent headaches.
The Ms. generation finds itself staring at a glass ceiling that hasn't shattered.
Home foreclosures continue to rack the U.S. economy
and housing market.
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