Recent Financial Law Articles
What’s an IRA?
IRAs are one of the most popular types of retirement accounts. Understanding what an IRA is and how it works can help you choose the most suitable savings plan for your circumstances.
How Much Does It Cost to Get My Taxes Done? Professionally Vs. Online
How much does it cost to do your taxes? This guide reviews your options — both online and professional services — so you can decide the best option for you.
How Are the Three Credit Bureaus Different?
Knowing a little bit about how credit bureaus work can help you better understand how they can impact your finances.
What Is Debt Consolidation?
Debt consolidation could be a practical solution if you want to tackle your debts, but it's not the right option for everyone. Here’s the rundown.
What Is a Credit Repair Service — And Should I Use One?
If your credit is less than stellar, ads from companies promising to repair your credit rating for a fee can be incredibly tempting. You may wonder how credit repair services work and whether they're legitimate.
What's a Good Credit Score?
Anything over 700 is usually considered a good credit score. If you're not there just yet, it's possible to increase your credit score by developing good financial habits.
How Do You Check Your Credit Score?
Your credit score is based on several factors related to your financial habits. If you learn how to keep track of your credit score, you'll be well on your way to taking control of your financial future.
What's the Difference Between Debt Settlement and Bankruptcy?
This article explains the difference between debt settlement and bankruptcy. It also describes the pros and cons of each option.