Do these seven things to improve your finances just in time for summer.
Combining finances comes with its challenges. Here’s how to ease the process.
If you’re a frequent traveler, a hotel credit card can be a big help. Just know the pros and cons, and choose a hotel card that meets specific travel needs.
“What’s mine is yours” takes on a new meaning when debt is divvied up in a divorce.
Take this important step if a debt collector comes knocking.
With mortgages rates in decline, millions of Americans are mulling over a mortgage refinancing deal. When the light turns “green”, avoid these mortgage refinancing mistakes
Home sellers want this show of good faith before they take their house off the market.
The IRS is adding 3,500 phone representatives to handle a flood of calls from taxpayers waiting for their stimulus checks.
With mortgage rates in decline, more Americans will try to land a new home at a great deal or refinance an existing one. Along the way, watch out for these “mortgage myths."
The Federal Trade Commission learned some nursing homes have been trying to take stimulus checks from residents who use Medicaid.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Tuesday that the central bank’s lending programs for medium-sized businesses and state and local governments will be operational by the end of this month.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans making less or receiving unemployment benefits because of the coronavirus pandemic, you’re probably working to recalibrate your finances.
Credit and charge cards have their similarities, but they actually have more differences. Getting to know those differences can steer you toward a better choice of plastic down the road.
The IRS and the U.S. Treasury Department will begin sending economic stimulus payments on preloaded debit cards this week, the Trump administration said on Monday.
Refinance with the best rate by using these tips.
The rapid and uncontrolled spread of coronavirus has generated levels of fear, uncertainty and volatility that can make sound investing decisions difficult.
The current economic crisis has many Americans already planning to dip into their 401(k)s, but there are better options.
Bipartisan Policy Institute estimated that the depletion date would jump from 2035 to 2029.
It can be embarrassing, but it’s not necessarily your fault.
How will coronavirus affect your educational debt? Read on to find out what you need to know about student loans and coronavirus.