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  1. Best Credit Card Processing Solutions for Small Businesses

    Seeking credit card processing options that don't force you to grapple with interchange fees or discount rates? These four ...
  2. Is the CFA Useful for Corporate Finance?

    The CFA is useful for some job functions, but an MBA may better suit younger workers.
  3. Buying a House on a Single Income

    Thanks to low-down-payment programs, buying a house on a single income is possible even if you’re not wealthy. Here’s what ...
  4. The College Cost Conundrum

    With college costs and student loans on the rise, it's important to consider payment options early.
  5. Six Gentrifying Neighborhoods in Los Angeles

    If you want to own a home in L.A. that doesn't cost $1million, you might start your search in one of these neighborhoods.
  6. No Down Payment Mortgage: How to Get One

    There are only a few ways to get out of making a down payment, but the requirements are strict.
  7. Can a debt collector contact me about a debt that's no longer on my credit report?

    Learn about the circumstances that allow a debt collector to contact a consumer about a past-due debt that is not on a credit ...
  8. Can student loans be used to pay rent?

    In most cases, loans can be used for housing costs, but students should still plan to have some cash on hand.
  9. 4 Risky Moves People Are Making to Buy a Home

    A new study from Owners.com suggests that Americans may be willing to make some risky moves to buy a home in 2017. Here are ...
  10. 4 Unusual Ways to Tap Assets for Cash

    These innovative ways to raise cash tap assets like your home, your car, even your unused vacation days – but they come with ...
  11. Interest Rates Rising on Student Loans, Starting July 1

    Federal student loan interest rates will rise as of July 1, Non-freshman have less than a month to borrow at the old rates.
  12. Find the Best Credit Cards for Teens

    In today's credit-oriented world, kids should learn to use credit before they go to college. Here are some good cards to ...
  13. How does interest work on a cash advance from my credit card?

    Find out how cash advances and regular credit card purchases are treated differently and what it means for your financial ...
  14. Getting a Home Equity Loan with Bad Credit

    If your credit history is less than stellar and you need cash, you may be able to get financing – but it will come at a price.
  15. Mortgage Discrimination: What to Watch For (WFC,BAC,JPM)

    Mortgage discrimination, even via major banks, still exists. How to recognize its signs.
  16. Does paying my utility bills on time improve my credit score?

    The bad news for consumers is that, typically, utility bills only appear on a credit report when they're delinquent. In most ...
  17. What is the difference between an interest rate and an annual percentage rate (APR)?

    Comparing the annual percentage rate (APR) on competing loans help you understand the true cost of the loans and make a wise ...
  18. How does your checking account affect your credit score?

    Learn how your checking account is related to your credit score, as well as what types of banking activities do and do not ...
  19. Can you use your Walmart credit card at Sam's Club?

    Learn how you can use a Walmart credit card at Sam's Club. Sam's Club also takes a variety of other payments and has many ...
  20. What’s Considered To Be a Good Debt-To-Income (DTI) Ratio?

    The debt-to-income ratio measures the amount of debt a person has compared to overall income.
  21. How is my credit score calculated?

    The credit score, commonly referred to as a FICO score, is a proprietary tool created by the Fair Isaac Corporation. This ...
  22. Does inflation favor lenders or borrowers?

    Find out under what circumstances inflation benefits borrowers more than lenders and in which situations inflation can be ...
  23. Improve Your Chances of Being Approved for a Mortgage

    Homebuyers should think like lenders and fix their credit profiles before applying for a home loan.
  24. What's the Difference Between FHA and Conventional Loans?

    Conventional mortgages require higher credit scores than FHA mortgages.
  25. Student Loan Refinancing: The Pros and Cons

    To refinance your student loan or not? Here are the top pros and cons to consider.
  26. Home-Equity Loans: What You Need to Know

    We shed light on why consumers decide to use this form of debt and whether it is a good alternative.
  27. Are Mortgages Available for Mobile Homes?

    You can get a loan for a mobile home, but it may not be a mortgage. These are the choices for funding manufactured housing.
  28. Hot Employee Benefit: Student Loan Repayment

    More and more companies are getting on board, offering student loan repayment benefits.
  29. 6 Countries with Virtually Free College Tuition

    Some countries in Europe, such as Norway, Finland and Slovenia, provide free university education for all students.
  30. Why You Should Improve Your Credit and How to Do It

    With credit playing a big role in many financial decisions, it is important to maintain good credit.
  31. How the Lowes Credit Card Works: Benefits & Rewards (LOW)

    Understand how the Lowe's credit card works, which customers benefit the most, its terms and conditions, and what alternatives ...
  32. 7 Budget-Friendly Ways to Remodel a Kitchen

    Tackle the priciest parts first – the cabinets and counters – and use our other ideas to slash your costs on a kitchen remodel.
  33. The Best Ways to Eliminate Student Loans

    You went to college and got the degree. Now it’s a matter of paying off that debt. Here's how.
  34. Real Estate Loans Are Part of Your Larger Financial Plan

    It is important to treat mortgage decisions based on an understanding of the benefits and risks.
  35. Understanding the Time Value of Money

    Find out why time really is money by learning to calculate present and future value.
  36. Buying a House? Here Are 6 Things You Need to Do

    Here are six things you need to do when preparing to purchase a home.
  37. How a Divorce Could Impact Your Credit Score

    How does divorce affect your credit score? It depends.
  38. Student Loan Forgiveness

    Under certain circumstances, federally backed student loans — such as Direct Subsidized Loans and Federal Perkins Loans — ...
  39. Reverse Mortgage

    A type of mortgage in which a homeowner can borrow money against the value of his or her home. No repayment of the mortgage ...
  40. 5 Ways the Interest Rate Hike Could Affect You

    From mortgages to student loans, the Federal Reserve interest rate hike may affect you in ways you don’t expect.
  41. Buying a Foreclosed Home

    Finding and buying foreclosed homes is a lot easier than it used to be. But there's still a lot to navigate.
  42. Options for When You Can No Longer Afford Your Car

    If you have more car than you can afford, here are four ways to deal with this "debt on wheels."
  43. The 8 Best U.S. Cities for Millennials

    For Millennials who want a tech- and start-up-friendly locale, these urban centers fill the bill, but they may need roommates ...
  44. 5 Reasons Not to Borrow From Your Retirement Plan

    Your retirement plan should never be the first place to turn for a loan. Here's why.
  45. Luxury Homes in 2017: A Buyer's Market

    Now – while the buyer's market lasts and before interest rates rise again – may be the ideal time to buy a luxury home.
  46. Chase Sapphire Card Perks Costing the Company Millions (JPM)

    The catch: You need to get a mortgage. The previous Chase Sapphire Reserve offer cost JPM $200-$300 million.
  47. The Complete Guide to Buying a Used Car

    Everything you need to know to buy a reliable used car for a good price.
  48. 3 Mortgage Hacks to Help Pay Off Your Student Debt

    Fannie Mae’s new program of easier cash-out mortgage refinances can lower student debt. Here’s how it all works.
  49. The Fall of the Market in the Fall of 2008

    How did America's strong economy tumble so quickly? Find out here.
  50. Sometimes It Pays to Borrow from Your 401(k)

    401(k) loans have been demonized, but they're often the most beneficial source of cash.
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