What’s the smartest way to pay for home renovations? While an increasing number of contractors are accepting credit cards, others still insist on cash or a check, which can put customers in a precarious position
A recent ING survey shows how Americans compare with residents of other countries when it comes to savings and debt. Americans aren't too happy about our financial circumstances — but we're not alone in our money woes.
This reader's elderly mother has $15,000 in credit card debt — and absolutely no money to pay it off. The good news is that her dire situation could make her practically invincible to her creditors, according to Erica Sandberg
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