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Breaking away from emotional spending isn’t easy. It takes time and effort. But if you can no longer afford to let your emotions dictate how you spend your money, consider the following five step action plan.
If you're carrying a little extra debt after the holidays, these tried and true fiscal exercises are a great place to start getting financially fit.
The economy is on the rise, but so are missed credit card and loan payments. Don't let delinquency derail your financial future. Check out these tips for staying current.
As America continues its long recovery from the financial collapse of 2008, we’ve become increasingly comfortable taking on debt. National consumer debt will near $12.4 trillion before the year is out, compared $11.7 just six years ago.
When your income suddenly decreases or disappears completely, the question quickly becomes what do you do about all those bills you're supposed to be paying?
The new enrollment period for Affordable Care Act health plans begins on November 1, and there are some serious concerns about rising costs and decreasing options.
Debt can be something of a ghoul, haunting you at all turns, popping up when you least expect it. And like a ghost, debt has a way of hanging around long after you thought it was dead.
Late last year, Congress approved a new spending bill that included, among many other things, a provision that allows the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to hire private agencies to assist in the collection of unpaid tax debts.
If you or someone in your family has had a medical emergency or long-term medical situation, you may be dealing with physical recovery and significant medical bills.
Are you worried that a family member or loved one may be hiding their problems with debt from you? Here's how to read the signs.
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