If your credit score is considered “average” or “poor” — anything lower
than 650 — you’ll want to take immediate steps to make it better.
It's easy to feel overwhelmed when you're just starting to repay debt.
If you're not sure where to start, here are some thoughts for you.
Do you always tell yourself that you’ll start saving more money, but you never actually get around to it?
When it comes to our personal finances, we should consider following
the trend of associating days with various activities.
If you had to choose between getting a raise and giving it up so you
could keep the health coverage you rely on at work, which would you
If you think the credit reporting process is complicated and too hard to understand, you’re absolutely right.
Membership in the “800 Club” isn’t impossible — nearly 20 percent of
consumer credit scores are above that mark, according to MyFICO.com.
Now that it's the beginning of the year, what should I be doing to improve my personal finances?
Rather than wait for your wages to grow on their own, it’s time to
take matters into your own hands if you need more cash in 2016.
After you've created your will and an estate plan, you'll most likely
need to revisit them as your circumstances