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How Long Does It Take to Rebuild Your Credit?

How long does it take to rebuild your credit? The answer, you’ll find, depends greatly on what went wrong. John Ulzheimer, credit expert for CreditSesame, explains and shares the various timeframes you can expect depending on your individual situation.

Emergency Financial Help for Struggling Military Personnel

Military personnel have their financial ups and downs just like any other consumer. They may also face additional challenges. Some find that life’s hurdles are harder to clear by one spouse left to manage a household alone during the other’s deployment. Many young service members tackle the challenge of an ample paycheck coupled with lack

Links We Love: 7 Tax Return Screw-ups to Avoid

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re highlighting seven tax return screw-ups to avoid, 11 signs you might be broke, who should pay for the wedding (a logical guide to lavish spending), student loan debt (and how it’s keeping a lot of

6 Ways to Pay Off Lingering Post-Holiday Credit Card Debt

Unfortunately, you’ve got more hanging around from the holidays than just a pesky five pounds and a brown evergreen wreath that you keep forgetting to take down from your front door. You went “a little” overboard buying gifts for people — and you have a mountain of credit card debt, along with a 14 percent interest rate,

Links We Love: Financially Smart Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, and highlighting great reads on five financially smart ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day, eight unique and offbeat Valentine’s Day date ideas that won’t break the bank, and for those that are thinking

Links We Love: 5 Big Money Talks to Have Before Tying the Knot

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re highlighting five big money talks to have before tying the knot, five ways to check financial compatibility, ways to spend less money on Valentine’s Day, sharing your debt struggles with family and friends …and more!

How to Keep Medical Debt From Damaging Your Credit

Forty-three million Americans have overdue medical debt on their credit reports, damaging their ability to borrow money or receive a good interest rate on a loan. Perhaps even more shocking is the fact that 52 percent of all overdue debt on credit reports is the result of unpaid medical expenses. Here’s what you need to know to keep medical debt from damaging your credit.

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