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In this clip from our webinar, Got Debt, guest speaker Melin Isa shares her expert advice on how to approach your debt in order to start the process of paying it off. Isa also talks about helpful debt services that are available to people in need...
You don't have to look too far back in recent history to recognize the real danger of bad financial advice and predatory practices. (Bernie Madoff, anyone?) There are several ways to weed out good and bad financial advice - here are a few warning signs.
Whether you’re a single student, part of a couple, or have a small family, summer vacations are tough to plan when you’re cash strapped. We asked Leonard Wright, frequent traveler and Personal Financial Specialist for his best tips.
When you hear you should have 6 months of emergency savings set aside, you wonder where you’re going to find six months’ worth of funds. Don’t worry. You don’t need to fund your whole emergency fund today. Use these tips to set a realistic timeline.