News With billions of dollars lost to identity theft and tax scams each year, here's how to make sure crime doesn't pay for fraudsters.
News Millions of Americans could save $300 a month by refinancing their mortgage, but the time to act is now.
News Reduced car use during the pandemic has meant fewer accidents, yet insurers are proving slow in coming forward when it comes to auto insurance refunds.
News COVID-19 may have persuaded the younger generation to step up their estate planning preparations, but age should be no barrier to anyone making a will.
Feature Whether there's an error on your tax return, it's stuck in IRS processing, or you've mailed your return rather than e-file, there are many reasons why tax refunds may be delayed, particularly in 2021.
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News With the pandemic forcing people to spend more time at home, and often needing extra cash, Americans have embraced the chance to start selling household items online.
News The IRS has pushed the tax deadline back to May 17, but still wants taxpayers to file early and online if they can.
Feature There are a number of strategies you can adopt when it comes to paying off loan debt. Here, we outline which loans to pay off first and your options to help you stay motivated.
Feature Creating a will is important if you want to ensure your estate will be passed on to those you love. Here, we explain why you should make a will and what will happen if you don’t.
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News More taxpayers are counting on their tax refunds this year than usual, with saving and debt repayment the top priorities.
News Residents of the American cities with the highest credit scores are certainly being given the credit they are due.
News Monthly auto loan payments have hit a new high of $576 despite loan rates dropping low. Here's how to keep the cost of motoring in check.
News With credit reporting errors more than doubling last year, the onus is falling on Americans to put the wrongs right.
News With millions of renters and homeowners falling behind on housing payments, extra relief measures can't come too soon.
News The average American household pays $2,471 on property tax rates each year, but what you pay will depend entirely on where you live.