From debt to savings, housing and investing, Farnoosh shares her advice on how to best manage your money now — if and when the Coronavirus leads to more job losses, stock market losses and a recession.
Today marks a liability shift with EMV chip card technology. Now when you head into stores, be prepared to dip instead of swipe.
As Chris Rock once said, “Rich is some (bleep) you could lose with a crazy summer and a drug habit.” Just because one may be good at making money doesn’t mean he or she necessarily has the savvy to save, invest and grow that money. The financial failures of some celebrities amplify what can go wrong when you mismanage your dollars and cents.
Lenders, landlords and even some employers look closely at your credit history before deciding whether to enter a relationship with you — so why would a potential dating partner feel any differently?
Don’t go into the new year with an old attitude about your credit. Here are a few key factoids about credit scores, along with tips to begin improving your credit today.
This week, I tackled a question from Rich, a Facebook fan, regarding how to buy a car. Is it really true that the best time to shop for a car is at the end of the year?
This week’s #AskFarnoosh addressed a round up of credit-related questions. From closing accounts to establishing credit to qualifying for a mortgage.