Over the last decade, we have seen far too many data breaches put consumer information at risk. That most recent debacle was the Equifax data breach of 2017, which released the sensitive personal information of up to 143 million Americans to hackers and thieves.
Fall is here, and perhaps you’re realizing that you spent more than you intended over the summer. Time to get organized as the holidays are approaching!
While it may be tempting to wait for the new year to “start new”, don’t hold off. Start now, go ahead and take the necessary steps to overcome the financial stress you may be experiencing.
Many consumers use debit, credit and prepaid cards, often interchangeably; however, these three types of cards are quite different.
Road trip! You’ve mapped out your route and picked your stops along the way. The only thing left to do is figure out your rental car situation.
You head to your local rental car center and score a great deal on a convertible. You’re ready to hit the road, right? Not quite. You’re offered a bunch of insurance options to cover your rental—and get downright confused.
You’ve probably dreamed of the day when you finally send in your last mortgage check and own your home free and clear.
Paying a little extra every month on your home loan is a way to make that dream a reality faster than you thought, and with today’s historically low savings rates, it could make more sense than ever.
Jacksonville, Florida – With over 260 million licensed drivers in the US, it’s no wonder this startup is taking off and saving people money, for free!
Are you aware that you could receive a large discount by using this new startup’s service? In addition, if you live in certain zip codes, you may get extremely low rates.
A researcher says a key aspect of a couple’s financial life helps determine whether they stay together.
Earning similar salaries may be the key to a lasting relationship.
Millennials seem to be obsessed with—or at least more mindful of—their spending habits as they face crushing student loan debt, fight the notion that their frivolous spending will keep them from becoming homeowners and worry about their financial future.
Q. We have friends who took classes before they bought their first house and said that the experience made all the difference for them. We’d like to buy a home, too, but feel overwhelmed by the process. Where can we get more information on home-buying classes?
Whether you’re looking at photos on a real-estate website or touring an open house live and in person, here are some bright red flags and some more subtle problems to look for.