What is “Bill Me Later”? If you shop online there’s a good chance you’ve seen the “Bill Me Later” option during checkout. How does it work?
Can you cash a personal check at Walmart? That’s what I wanted to know before I cashed my check. See what I found out about Walmart Check Cashing.
Want to know how to pay off debt fast with no money? It might be easier than you think. On my personal finance journey I’ve encountered some crazy get out of debt strategies. Maybe you have too. Whether it’s Dave Ramsey’s Debt Snowball, the debt avalanche, seven baby steps or the stack method, they all have one thing in common – you need more cash to use these methods to pay off debt. So how do you pay off debt with the money you already have?
What is a good credit score and why does it matter? We reveal the FICO credit score range and how to get the good credit score you deserve!
Is Home Equity Loan Interest Tax Deductible? Using home equity to pay for your next home improvement project or cover college expenses is a great way to get the money…
Thinking about using a lender credit for closing costs? You might want to think again. If you are deciding whether to pay points or take a lender credit there are a few things you need to know first. This is one area where homeowners make mistakes without realizing it. What is a lender credit and why is it so important?
With more than 30 million Americans taking out payday loans each year, it’s time to find out: Do Payday Loans Show Up on Your Credit Report?
You might be familiar with mortgage refinancing and the benefits, but did you know you can refinance auto loans? After you get a car loan and drive off the lot,…
How are you supposed to make ends meet while you wait up to 6 weeks to get your tax refund check? Well, taxpayers were previously able to take advantage of a Tax Refund Anticipation loan from an income tax preparation office. But not this year.
First-time home buyers always want to know “How much house can I afford?” – but the real question they should be asking themselves is “How much mortgage can I afford?” Why is this such an important distinction and why does it matter? Find out the answer here!