What is with all this hype regarding Prosper.com and other peer to peer lending networks? Can you really get a personal loan at a reasonable rate from a group of complete strangers? Well I will try and explain all you'll need to know and hopefully...
This article discusses 25 prepaid debit card fees and how much you can expect to pay in fees with certain prepaid cards.
The Philippine Social Security System now accepts loan applications online. No more paperwork! Find out how to apply for a salary loan in five easy steps.
Credit cards are promoted for their convenience. There are downsides to using them, however. Here is a list of reasons why credit cards can be a bad thing.
Do credit cards lead to unnecessary buying? This author thinks they do, and explains why, and the pitfalls of the system.
Is a credit card a convenient tool, or is it an expensive way to borrow that can saddle you with serious debt? This article looks at the pros and cons.
Do you want to raise your credit score simply and quick? Of course you do! Follow my Best 7 Super Simple Ways to Super Boost Your Credit Score Fast and you will see exciting results in 60-90 days.
Need a student loan but can't get a cosigner? Learn the steps to getting student loans without cosigners.
This article is all about APR. What APR is, why we use APR, some limitations of APR, and an example on how to calculate the APR.
Is a 15-year mortgage ever a good idea? This article explains how this financial move can help you build equity faster and pay off your home early.
Building your credit score is difficult, especially when you have limited credit. Here are 5 steps to building your credit score quickly from 0 to 700 in 6 months.
A bad credit score can impose very restrictive limits on what you are and aren't able to purchase. Use these quick tips to fix a bad credit score.
There are many reasons why you should NOT get a private student loan. If I can warn you about one thing, avoid Sallie Mae's private student loans at all costs! And here's why...
A look at what to do if you can't pay your Provident loan back. If you miss your payments, will you incur extra interest charges? What happens if you can't pay your Provident loan back?