Debt got you down? Overextended borrowers that don’t see a light at the end of the tunnel may be relieved to know that they can negotiate to pay a fraction of what they owe to creditors. It’s called debt settlement. But the process comes with caveats. What you need to know first and how to negotiate debt payments in my latest Mint blog post.
I went “undercover” with WABC’s Nina Pineda to offer viewers a crash course in haggling and scoring discounts at major retailers from Best Buy to Bloomingdale’s.
The editors at Business Insider gave me one of the toughest assignments to date: boil down your best financial advice into 9 tips.
Unless you’re willing to settle with the measly 3 percent average pay hike companies plan to dole out in 2014, it’s up to you to fight for what you think you deserve.
A new study by Consumer Reports finds that nine out of 10 Americans who haggle save money. In fact, one particular negotiation can save an average of $80.
Our country’s regrettable wage gap between men and women is accompanied by a gap in how we negotiate our salaries. The reality is, women are less likely to negotiate.