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Color of Money: Hooray for free credit scores

WASHINGTON -- It's been more than a decade since the Fair Credit Reporting Act was amended to make each of the three major credit reporting companies -- Equifax, Experian and TransUnion -- provide people with a free copy of their credit reports ...

Color of Money: Food for life

WASHINGTON -- There are times in your life when you realize something's got to change.

I had such an epiphany on New Year's Eve. My family and I were returning home from service at our church. We were hungry and wanted something fast. We stopped ...

Color of Money: Fast track to financial freedom

WASHINGTON -- You've made the commitment to do better with your finances, but now you may be wondering how to keep this New Year's resolution.

I know some of the questions you may have. What's the best way to pay down my debt? Where in the world ...

Color of Money: Scoring for better credit

WASHINGTON -- If one of your New Year's resolutions is to improve your credit, there are some helpful ways to achieve this goal.

Start your journey to better credit by looking over your credit reports -- you have multiple ones. The Consumer ...

Color of Money: Time to assess your net worth

WASHINGTON -- Fewer people seem to be making financial resolutions for 2015.

In its annual New Year's resolutions poll, Fidelity Investments found that only 31 percent of survey participants said they were considering setting a financial ...