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Since 2004, the U.S. Senate has recognized April as National Financial Literacy Month in an attempt to encourage learning new financial skills, improve personal financial well-being and reduce the stigma attached to talking about personal financial health.
Debt reduction can be a very daunting task, especially for younger people who have amassed credit card bills and student loans.
Refund checks are hitting bank accounts this month as tax season comes to a close and Pure Minutes has a few fun suggestions on how to spend the refund.
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With just hours to go before the deadline to file 2013 income taxes, BMO Harris Financial Advisors has released a study which found that 42 percent of those Americans surveyed who expect to receive a refund this year will use it to cover household bills or reduce their overall debt load.
For nearly two decades, Barbara Garnaus maintained a modest, delicate life balance: keeping her part-time Orange County school district job and juggling her bills and credit card debt.
If you want to get into a serious argument with someone, forget religion, forget politics, just disagree with them about how they choose to spend money.
Do you ever sign up for a credit card just to receive the reward? Among credit card reward enthusiasts, the strategy of applying for numerous cards in order to earn multiple sign-up bonuses is called credit card churning .
April is Financial Literacy month and last week we talked about kids and cash. This week I thought we could spend some time on the grownups discussing money skills.
Last year, the Indiana attorney general's office received more than 14,000 "Do Not Call" complaints with more than 50 percent involving automated calls known as robocalls.
Mark Anthony, who works from home and takes care of his young son, is looking to eliminate about $20,000 in credit-card debt.
The New Year signals the universal practice of resolving to break bad habits. Many people focus on health when making resolutions.
A dish is prepped at the Fig & Olive restaurant, near New York's Rockefeller Center, in New York.
While family plays an important role in financial education, clearly there are some gaps in that education.