It’s never fun to lose something as important as your driver’s license. Here's what you can do should you find yourself in this situation.
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It’s important to get a handle on why you are buying something. If your lifestyle inflation is simply going to result in higher status with others, and make you feel better about your situation, that could be a warning sign.
According to The Principal Financial Well-Being Index, retirement planning is on the rise in America. This news indicates that more American workers are making efforts to plan for retirement. Are you one of them?
There's something more important than just amassing millions of dollars in an account -- and hoping that a stock market crash doesn't wipe out half its value just before you retire.
If you are planning to apply for a major loan — especially if you want to apply for a mortgage loan — it’s better if you check your credit first, and then take steps to improve it.
Some think that a recent move by the Department of Education could result in the children of same-sex parents being shackled with more student loan debt.
One way to take care of a lawsuit without waiting for it to wend its way through the court system is to agree to a settlement.
There’s a downside to auto-payments: they’re easy to forget. If you don’t stay on top of them, you might continue to pay for items that you don’t really need—or want—anymore.
T-Mobile just launched it’s “Simple Choice” plan. Will you save money by switching to it? Here are some comparison plans – you decide!