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Credit Scoring Changes You Need to Know

Remember the good ol' days when credit limits meant something, lenders reviewed credit applications, and the livin' was easy? I hate to break it to you, but those days are gone...

Finance Q&A: How Can I Rebuild My Credit Score?

Dear Deborah: I need to rebuild my credit score. How do I do that?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • September 14, 2009 |
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You Signed a Contract -- Now What?

I get plenty of mail from readers wanting to know how to break their cell phone, satellite TV, and gym membership contracts...

Finance Q&A: Help for The Financially Desperate

Dear Deborah: There are days when there is no money to buy food or put gas in the car...

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • September 01, 2009 |
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Will You Have Money to Face an Emergency?

Since the recession began, many homeowners have found out that counting on a home-equity line for emergencies isn't the same as having a cushion of cash savings to fall back on...

  • Mark Biller with Joseph Slife |
  • August 26, 2009 |
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Planning a Successful Staycation

The term "staycation" means staying at home for vacation. Instead of spending lots of time, money and energy in traveling to another area, many people are finding fun and relaxation close to home...

The Difference a Dollar Makes

Since you and I don’t have the luxury of living in the Beltway Bubble, let’s talk about some practical things we can do right now to make the most of what we have.

Feeling Poor is Not a Financial Condition

You know that feeling you get when faced with an invitation to join all of your rich co-workers for a chi-chi lunch, and you've got $8.43 to last until payday? You feel poor... but are you really poor?

Topsy-Turvy Times for Income and Jobs

Unemployment will likely peak in 2010, according to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.

Cooking on a Budget? Meet the Five-Dollar-Dinner Mom

Her name is Erin Chase, and she is the diva of five dollar family dinners that are always both delicious and healthy.

Money Shaky? 10 Ways to Get Your Financial Footing

Stephen Bloom, a lecturer of economics and personal finance at Messiah College and an estate planning attorney, has identified 10 building blocks for solid financial foundations.

Coping with the Recession: How America's Financial Habits are Changing

Many consumers, desiring to improve their financial situations, are finding ways to balance the budget.

Recession Watch: Is the Economy that Bad?

Is this recession just a typical downturn in economic cycles? Or is it something more?

Financial Ease in Uneasy Times

Anyone can learn to control their spending, even in the face of a sudden job-loss or financial challenge.

Churches Offer Help for Financial ‘Depression’

“We’re susceptible to letting all existence sort of shrink down to this financial problem," says Lelek. Some churches are taking a new approach to easing their congregations' financial worries.

Save Money on Your Insurance Coverage

Let’s talk about some practical things we can do that might save big dollars on insurance costs.

Spending Strategies to Help You Live Within Your Budget

When people need advice on where to shop because of an unexpected major purchase or financial emergency, they run to the "cheapskates..."

Simplicity Can Add Hours to Your Day

When our lives get chaotic, we pay dearly in stress and money...

Finance Q&A: Surviving Long-Term Unemployment

You've been unemployed for months. You've downsized and eliminated debt, but your savings are about to run out. Now what?

Why Home Ownership May be Unwise

For decades, the common wisdom has been that home ownership is the ideal. But just as the extremes of virtue become vice, too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. Let's revisit home ownership in today's economic climate...

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