Achieving long-term financial goals can sometimes seem like a pipe dream. Fortunately, according to our guest, starting out with small-win financial goals can help you achieve big outcomes. Here's how.
We’ve all got to start somewhere. At one point in our lives, we had absolutely no credit history. The credit slate was clean. But if you have no credit, how can you get a credit card? It’s a great question, and one that has a few answers.
If you find it hard to believe you'll ever be debt-free, you're certainly not alone. You're in the same boat as around two-thirds of Americans. Interested in learning more? Check out this infographic!
For young adults in America, many who have no credit score, trying to get a credit card can be frustrating. However, a company in Northern California has rolled out three credit cards aimed at millennials and Generation Z that don’t rely on credit scores to determine whether you’re worthy...
We're not yet too far into 2018 to set resolutions. And one that's often overlooked is arguably one of the most important — setting realistic financial goals. We had the chance to sit down and chat about financial planning with Abed G. Rabbani, assistant professor at the University of Missouri.
Many of us take having a credit card for granted, but for millions of Americans, these financial tools are out of reach. Fortunately, there's a new credit card for people with no credit.
Does it make sense to take out a personal loan for home improvements? The answer depends on several different factors. Here are some of the pros and cons of using a personal loan to fund renovations.
For couples, finances can sometimes cause significant tension and heartache. If you want to raise your and your spouse’s credit scores, focus on improving these four areas.
The average diamond engagement ring will set you back about $5,000. So, it’s smart to carefully consider how you’re going to pay for it before you pop the question. But is getting a personal loan for an engagement ring a good idea? Maybe.
Perhaps entertainer Justin Timberlake worried at one time about credit card debt. It’s really doubtful that he does today. Yet Timberlake gives a nod to the credit woes of Tennesseans on his brand-new album, “Man of the Woods." Here's our take.