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Have you ever filled out an application for a credit card or a loan, only to be denied? Experiencing such a rejection should serve as a wake-up call that something about the way you manage money and use credit may need to change.
If you have children, there's a good chance they may end up in college someday. And you might like to help pay for that college education. But are you financially prepared to help? Can you afford to make saving for college a priority right now?
Increasingly, start-up companies are diving into the business of student loan refinance. Where traditional lenders have never shown much interest in student loans, these new lenders see potential. But is that a good thing? And are you a good candidate for student loan refinance?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently proposed new rules designed to protect consumers using payday loans. Now research suggests that these changes may actually make these loans even riskier for borrowers in need.
U.S. Marshals in Texas recently arrested a number of very surprised people. The crime? Failure to pay their student loans. Could it happen to you?
Confident with your money? Good! Then you should have no trouble answering these eight questions about your personal finances.
For the first time, the average American in their 20s has less income than the average American in their retirement years. That's a problem.
Over two-third of Americans admit to making some sort of significant, credit-related mistake before the age of 30, often without understanding the consequences.
Consolidating your debt through a consolidation loan or a debt management plan can be a helpful way to reduce your payments and your interest rates. But which is right for your situation?
Find out which college degrees give you the best debt-to-income ratio...and which give you the worst?
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