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Learning how to manage your money may not sound like a lot of fun, but it can save you a lot of headaches and make it possible to achieve important life goals.
Credit can help you get ahead, or it can put you in over your head very fast — the key is in responsibly managing any debt you incur.
Learning how to manage your debts, and knowing your rights are key to protecting yourself.
Having the right financial tools in your arsenal will help you make wise decisions about spending, planning for the future and avoiding getting buried by debt.
Dear Consumer Ed: How much of a surcharge are merchants allowed to charge you for paying with a credit card?
Dear Consumer Ed: I had a bill that went into collections. Now that I’ve paid it in full, will this continue to negatively affect my credit?
Dear Consumer Ed: If I ask questions about an old debt that might have expired, will that make it active again? I’m not sure what the original debt was for before it was sold to a debt collector, and I need to find out the date the debt was incurred.