Debt & Bankruptcy
In this section we focus on debt. Learn how to avoid, prepare for, or manage all types of debt and/or bankruptcy cases you and your finances may be enduring.
One investing expert asks: "Why can't I stand in the place of a bank, allowing ordinary borrowers to pay interest to me?" The truth is you can. Here's how.
Before you decide to vanquish all debt from your life forever, see what you might end up missing.
Your parents' debt affects more than their finances -- it can affect yours.
That idea about the Great Recession making Americans more frugal -- don't believe it. Here's why.
The housing market crash was felt nationwide, but nowhere more than these 10 states. Was your state hardest hit?
The average American has an astounding $15,799 in credit card debt. If you haven't paid off all your credit cards, you need to read this.
There are a lot of dirty words in the financial dictionary -- but there's one that will certainly sabotage your financial future.
Think bankruptcy will wipe the slate clean and be the answer to your problems? Think again.
The average college graduate enters the workforce $24,000 in debt. Here's the best way to pay it off.