Buying a Car with a Poor or No Credit History
If you need a car but are struggling with a poor or no credit history, you're not entirely out of luck. Keep these things in mind during your search.Read More
How to include the true cost of college in your college search
The amount you'll pay for higher education is generally much more than the price of tuition. How can you determine the full amount you'll spend for school?Read More
Dealing with Debt Collectors: What Are Your Rights?
How will you be affected when debt collectors start calling - and what can you do to better protect yourself? It's important to know your rights.Read More
How Can I Save on Home Utilities?
If you're looking to cut utility costs without sacrificing comfort, try these suggestions.Read More
Handling Financial Disputes with a Partner
Financial disagreements don’t have to hamper your relationship. Learn how to find common ground.Read More
COVID + Credit: Job Hunting During the COVID-19 Pandemic
How can you find a job during the Covid-19 pandemic? Opportunities may be harder to come by, but we have suggestions to help you in your search.Read More
You Ask. Bev Answers: How Long Do Late Payments Stay on My Credit Reports?
Late payments typically stay on your credit reports for up to seven years. If you speak to your lender before missing a payment, they may be able to help.Read More
What Is a Foreclosure?
Foreclosure is the process of losing your home when you fail to pay your mortgage. Here’s what to know about foreclosure and how it could impact your credit scores.Read More
Unemployment Income and Taxes: Do You Need to Pay?
If you or another income-earning family member has recently filed for unemployment benefits, there are some important things to keep in mind come tax time.Read More
COVID + CREDIT: Your Rights as a Renter
During the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever to understand your rights as a renter.Read More
You Ask. Bev Answers: What happens when forbearance ends?
What happens when forbearance ends on one of your debts? It depends on the type of debt you have and the agreement you’ve reached with your lender.Read More
COVID + Credit: Webinar Replay: You Ask, Bev Answers: Money, Credit, COVID and Cars
In this installment of our series, Bev Anderson and Ilyce Glink discuss the economic fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic and how Americans continue to cope.Read More