Financial survival tips for before the wedding and after the marriage ends, freedom from credit card debt, and beating the retirement clock.
Engaged? You Might Need Money Therapy
Things you should know before you walk down the aisle.
How Does Divorce Affect Bankruptcy and Mortgage
Things you should know for when the walk down the aisle fails.
Declare Your Independence From Credit Card Debt
Life, liberty and the pursuit of zero debt.
How to Get Help From a Student Loan Mediator
Student loan battles don’t have to be fought alone.
What to Do When You Haven’t Saved Enough for Retirement
How to get by when time isn’t on your side.
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Dear Liz: My spouse has extremely high credit card debt. All cards are in her name only. Where do I stand legally if she dies or we divorce? What can...
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- How to survive financial infidelity
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