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What’s Your Debt Threshold?

Debt is a mainstay of modern life. It’s hard to buy a home, a car, or (let’s face it) get through the holidays without leaning on credit somewhere. In fact, you could argue that the definition of being in debt has shifted, in large part thanks to...

3 Things to Do Before Labor Day

Look over there—see it? Just over that Labor Day hill? It’s fall. Here, three small ways to wrap up your summer in style—and on budget. 1. Clean the air filters on your air conditioners and furnace. Not only will this reduce the chance of a fire...

Economy uptick! ... Bus monitor fights bullying... and more

Welcome to Wednesday, and everything you need to know, outside of the Republican and Democratic National Infomer—er, Conventions. Homes, sweet homes. It could be the first rosy glimmer of light at the end of this stupid downturn: housing prices...

Secure Your 401k, by the Pool

Rebalancing your retirement account is like professionally grooming your brows. It takes minimal time, but keeps your portfolio looking good for months to come. And in this case, you can find financial balance without moving from your poolside...

Survey: What’s Worth Your Money?

Where does your money go? We want to know—and not so we can revamp your budget. Spending well is a priority for most of us (especially now), and we’d love the chance to find out more about how you channel your money to get more out of life. If...

A Clear Shot at Better Credit

If your credit has taken a hit in this dragging economy, do you know where to go for help? Probably not, says a survey last month by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC). Nearly half of respondents had no idea where to turn, and...

Money 101: How Secured Cards Work

Whether you’re trying to build good credit (or rebuild it), consider a secured card. “Secured cards are perfect for people with thin or damaged credit files,” says credit expert Erica Sandberg, like college students, new grads, or folks who are...

What We’re Talking About Today

Hello, it’s MONDAY. What do you need most? Here's today's must-know events in the economy and elsewhere. Time to forgive people’s debts? Economists just released a provocative study arguing that forgiving and restructuring private debt could...

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