Credit is trust, and you can rebuild it after bankruptcy through positive activity and accountability.
Cautiously optimistic about the approaching holiday season, the nation’s
retailers have begun their annual hunt for part-time workers.
Is your wallet overflowing with credit cards? Do you accept every offer
that comes to you in the mail? Well, clean out that wallet and just say
no to more cards.
According to recent data, though unemployment rates are dropping, there
are several cities that are losing record numbers of jobs.
You make good money, but don’t seem to have any savings. Maybe you’re
sabotaging yourself with terrible financial decisions. Here are 10 bad
money habits to break.
The Baptist Ministers Conference of Greater New York is proud to present
the Moneywise Empowerment Tour on Saturday, September 29, 2012.
Fresh signs of a national housing rebound and growing support in public
opinion polls boosted President Barack Obama's bid for a new term.
It is important that everyone sets personal finance goals in order to achieve financial freedom. Here are a few ways you can do it.
Credit card firms and collection companies are churning out slapdash
lawsuits to collect unpaid sums.
The vast majority of middle-class Americans say their financial
well-being has been crimped in the past 10 years, according to a new survey.