Prep Daugher with Credit Wisdom before Travel

Studying abroad can teach your children much about money management. With some basic credit and budgeting lessons, you can help them hop over some of the nastier bumps in the road — no matter where it is on the map

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Can Good Credit Behavior Cancel Out the Bad?

Some credit slip-ups (and an ex’s expensive tastes) have left her with a spotted credit history. Will her recent good behavior be enough to undo the damage?

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Cards that Let you Pay Late: A Good Deal?

You may have heard the advertisements: Some cards won’t charge you a fee if you pay late. Yet, as our expert points out, this carrot won’t guard you against the real stick — credit damage

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4 Credit Mistakes to Avoid in a Divorce

When it comes to settling joint credit obligations during — and after — a divorce, things can get particularly dicey. Watch out for these four common mistakes divorcing couples make

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Can I Get My Credit Score For Free?

Watch out for emails promising a free credit score in exchange for personal information. If you want the real deal, chances are, you’ll have to pay for it

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