You have more control over identity theft than you think you do.
If you have to use your credit cards to cover unexpected auto repairs, medical emergencies or home maintenance costs, you're putting yourself at serious financial risk.
Forty-five million Americans have no traditional credit score, according to a new report by the CFPB.
More than 30% of identity theft cases involve a family member or close friend, sometimes even Mom. Here are a few examples from the Mommy Dearest files.
While the overall job market has improved over the past few years since the Great Recession, not everyone has been able to return to the workforce. At the same time, others are without employment...
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