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You know you shouldn't use a credit card to pay for an emergency. But what if that's your only choice?
Nobody wants to return home from vacation to a giant credit card bill. We'll help you avoid vacation debt altogether.
Debt's a burden at any age. For retirees on fixed or reduced income, it can feel especially heavy.
You've probably heard that retiring with debt is a costly mistake. But is it really the end of the world?
Facing debt can be overwhelming. Where do you start? These simple steps will start you on the path to repayment.
Attention, freelancers! If you live on a variable income, it's time to rethink your debt payment strategy.
You have secured debt, and you have unsecured debt. Do you know the difference? It's time to learn.
Debt settlement companies make a pretty convincing pitch, but beware: They just might leave you worse off.
If you recently graduated college, there's a good chance you recently got that first student loan bill. Lost? We've got you covered.
You might think that any debt repayment strategy is a good one — but these wrong moves could leave you worse off. Don't try this at home!
Does your high-interest debt count as an "emergency?" Well, yes, but not one worth draining your entire emergency fund.
It's a finance question for the ages: Should you save for retirement, or pay off credit card debt? Find out what the math says.
Losing a loved one is hard enough. Managing their unfinished money matters makes it tougher.
Net worth is an important marker of personal financial health. What do you do when it hovers in subzero territory?
Every dollar counts during debt repayment. Finding small savings or windfalls to put toward your debt can help you pay off your balances faster.
Credit card debt while unemployed feels like insult added to injury. But you can pull through: Here's how.
If your monthly budget just went bust, make sure to prioritize these important bill payments first.
Sometimes getting a personal loan is a better choice than using your credit cards.
The debt snowball method really, truly works. Now, you just need to master it!
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