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Financial expert Ramit Sethi says a person who knows their debt payoff date, whether it's credit-card debt or student loans, clearly has a plan.
Paying off your credit card can quickly improve your credit score, but it has another benefit that might feel even more important
Carrying a high credit-card balance hurts your credit score, and paying that balance is an easy way to boost your score — plus save money in the long term.
Most millennials and Gen Z define financial success the same way — and it has nothing to do with being rich
Only 19% of millennials define financial success as being rich, according to Merrill Lynch Wealth Management — most define it as being debt-free.
A balance transfer card offers 0% APR on balance transfers for nine to 21 months, so you can transfer debt and pay it down without interest.
I have 26 credit cards for myself and my business, and I use a four-step strategy to make sure credit-card debt is never an issue.
A financial planner says for people with credit-card debt, the first step toward saving for retirement is clear
Save for retirement or pay off credit-card debt? If you have high-interest debt, a financial planner says, pay that first, then save for retirement.
Most people don't know you can call your credit-card issuer to ask for a reduced interest rate, according to a CompareCards.com survey.
We asked financial planners for the best strategy to tackle credit-card debt, and there are 2 clear favorites
The best way to get out of credit-card debt is either the debt snowball or the debt avalanche, according to financial planners.
If you have a collection of credit cards for the benefits, but are concerned with the burden of managing multiple cards, you're not alone, and Tally can help.
The Fed just marched ahead with an interest-rate hike — here’s what the increase means for your wallet
The Federal Reserve's interest-rate hike will push up interest rates for credit cards and other types of loans as banks raise the prime lending rate.