Once you’ve walked the aisle, how intertwined will you choose to make your finances? Financial blogger Ash Cash shares tips on bringing harmony to your new budget. Getting married is a major milestone. The words “I do” mark the beginning of a lifetime together. But you’re marrying into much more than the person; you’re also […]
An account in collections on your credit report is never a good thing. If you’ve fallen behind in making your regular payments, it can be difficult to get back on your feet. Once you regain your financial footing and make payments again, you may think you’re on the road to having that account removed from […]
When your budget needs a tune-up, it usually means one of two things: either it’s been a while since you looked at it, or things have recently changed in your world. In either case, there’s no better time than now to bring your finances into sync. We recently hosted a Credit Curious podcast featuring two […]
Financial blogger Thom Fox reminds us that everyone learns about the power of credit at some point. Discover how pursuing higher education later on gave him a different approach to student spending. I went to college later in life than usual. During my youth, I was one of those kids who didn’t know what they […]
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