Financial Education Library
Although it is not generally recommended as a sound personal financial choice, early withdrawal or borrowing money from your 401(k) is sometimes the only choice you have.
If you are one of the thousands of people undergoing your first financial emergency caused by death, divorce, unemployment, illness or some other reason, what to do with outstanding bills may be keeping you awake at night.
Here is a sample letter you can use to dispute information on your credit report.
Divorce is an emotional separation that can greatly impact your financial situation. Many people are financially fit until faced with the economic consequences of marital separation. There are some steps you can take to minimize money problems during what is already a stressful time.
Many people ask how they can establish or re-establish their credit history. This is an important question because credit records are essential to obtain credit. The information in your credit report is used by potential creditors to determine if you are a good risk.
When someone uses your name, Social Security number (SSN), credit card number, or some other piece of your personal information for his or her use without your knowledge, it’s a crime.
Shopping around for a home loan or mortgage will help you to get the best financing deal.
Money has always found its way to the top of the list of disagreements between couples. Because two people may have entirely different styles of financial management, the vows to have and to hold, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, may not hold up when money is co-mingled.
There are a wide variety of investment vehicles available to the individual investor.
If your goal is to reduce your debt load, here are some helpful hints to plan your strategy.
Budgeting can be a simple and straightforward process. It can also be a rewarding experience for all family members. But, it takes interest and commitment.
Money management skills are not something children will automatically have once they become adults.
Always remember that the most important factor in using money wisely is not how much money you make…but how you use it! Here are 10 rules that can help you achieve financial success.
We’ve all heard so much in recent years about “credit scores.” But, what are they and how are they used?