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Investments Just Get “Trashed”? It’s Time To Get A Handle On...
Find out how Kiplinger’s Personal Finance says you should manage personal finances (and your investments) to handle the Covid-19 crisis.
The $8 Billion Crime That Touches All Of Us
The Secret Service estimates this crime costs us $8 billion annually. And it’s getting worse.
FICO’s New Scoring May Affect Your Life. Are You Ready To...
Find out the surprising ways FICO's changes may vitally affect this key credit score.
The Absolute Best Rewards Credit Cards Of 2019
Get the inside scoop on the best rewards cards from Lisa Gerstner, contributing editor at Kiplinger Personal Finance.
True Confessions Of A Recovering Car Dealer
Earl Stewart owned a car dealership and decided to come clean and divulge its secrets. He shows us how to level the playing field to get the best deal for the car you want.
Your Guide To The Best Frequent Flyer Programs Available Right Now
WalletHub's Jill Gonzalez joins Steve to dissect the best frequent flyer programs to find the options that suit you the best.
Minimizing Your Student Debt Before And After College
Richard Polimeni joined us to break down the crucial issue of student debt and the best ways to minimize and avoid it.
Surprise! Maybe Your Credit Score Isn’t As Important As You Think
Many experts say closing down credit card accounts will hurt your credit score. If your credit is already pretty good, does it really matter?
Surprising Moves To Improve Your Credit Score And Change Your Life
Significantly improve your credit score and save hundreds of thousands of dollars in excess interest and fees over a lifetime.
How To Protect Yourself After The Massive Equifax Data Breach
Your personal data was almost certainly compromised in the Equifax data breach, so check if you’ve been impacted and take steps to protect your credit.