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When is the ideal time to start taking Social Security? It varies. Know how to get the most from your Social Security check when you retire.
Are you happy with the job Congress is doing? There's a bank that ranks even lower in customer satisfaction -- and you might be doing business with them!
When you borrow against your 401(k), you're borrowing from yourself and paying yourself back, right? Not so fast. Clark has new info for you.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has new tools and advice for those being harassed by collectors for debts they do not owe.
Savers are getting the short end of the stick while it remains a borrower's paradise thanks to low inflation and the Federal Reserve's refusal to raise interest rates. Normally, a serious bout of inflation would result when you have massive federal budget deficits and the Federal Reserve essentially creating money ...
If your marriage is ending, be sure to protect yourself from this financial unknown that could blindside you down the road.
There could be unclaimed money from bank accounts and insurance policies hanging out unloved in your name. Here's how to claim at no cost if it's rightfully yours.
Are you getting all your free credit reports? Due to the passage of the 2003 Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA), all Americans are entitled to one free credit report from each of the three major credit reporting agencies -- Equifax, Experian and TransUnion -- upon request every 12 ...
Clark can't stand gift cards! He'd rather you give cash so your friends and family never have to hassle with expiration dates, fees, limited choices or rules. Next time you give cash for a gift, print out the certificate below and wrap it around your cash gift. Have fun! ...
Can a company really help you fix your credit for a fee? Clark weighs in on the subject of credit repair companies.