Help! I Can’t Pay My Credit Card This Month

Credit Cards

Help! I Can’t Pay My Credit Card This Month

Help! I Can’t Pay My Credit Card This Month

When you’re not sure if you can pay your credit card bill each month, it can be excruciating just to look at your statement. When this happens, your total outstanding balance will jump out at you, and even the amount of your minimum payment can cause your pulse to race. If you are having trouble... Read More

Housing Costs Are Rising Faster Than Incomes, Study Finds

Mortgages

Housing Costs Are Rising Faster Than Incomes, Study Finds

Housing Costs Are Rising Faster Than Incomes, Study Finds

Homes are unaffordable in more American cities than any time since the recession began, and housing costs are rising far faster than incomes, according to a study released Thursday by ATTOM Data Solutions. During the third quarter of 2016, 24% of U.S. counties were less affordable than historic averages, up from 19% one year ago,... Read More

Three Brain Surgeries Can’t Keep Cancer Patient From Son’s Birth

Personal Finance

Three Brain Surgeries Can’t Keep Cancer Patient From Son’s Birth

Three Brain Surgeries Can’t Keep Cancer Patient From Son’s Birth

Cagney Wenk and his fiancée, Jessica Li, recently welcomed their son, Levon Robbie Wenk, into the world. It wasn’t all joy for the new family, however. Cagney had been recently diagnosed with inoperable, stage 4 glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. Already hospitalized and with three surgeries already performed, Cagney was still determined to... Read More

Uber Is Partnering with … Sears?

Personal Finance

Uber Is Partnering with … Sears?

Uber Is Partnering with … Sears?

Now if you take a ride with Uber in New York City or Chicago, a new partnership with Sears can allow you to earn shopping cash for its stores or Shop Your Way rewards website, the company announced Wednesday. Riders who link their Uber account to Sears’ free Shop Your Way program have the potential to receive unlimited Shop Your... Read More

Wells Fargo Execs to Give Back Some of Their Millions Following Fake Account Scandal

Personal Finance

Wells Fargo Execs to Give Back Some of Their Millions Following Fake Account Scandal

Wells Fargo Execs to Give Back Some of Their Millions Following Fake Account Scandal

The Wells Fargo sales scandal will cost chairman and chief executive John Stumpf $41 million and former community banking supervisor Carrie Tolstedt $19 million, as per a decision made by the bank’s board that was announced on Tuesday. The money will come from the executives’ unvested equity awards through a clawback process. For Stumpf, the $41... Read More

This Year’s Most Popular Halloween Costumes Are …

Personal Finance

This Year’s Most Popular Halloween Costumes Are …

This Year’s Most Popular Halloween Costumes Are …

Princesses be warned: Your reign of popularity among kids celebrating Halloween is over. 2016 is the year of the superhero, according to the National Retail Federation’s 2016 Halloween Consumer Top Costumes Survey. The annual review of popular Halloween costumes, conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, found that spending on costumes is expected to reach $3.1... Read More

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