1. How to pay off debt with a side hustle

    When you need to pay off debt quickly, you can pray for a raise or increase your income independently - WITH A SIDE HUSTLE. Whether it’s driving other people around with Uber or Lyft, fixing people’s house problems as a task rabbit, or doing research for someone’s project through Fiverr...there ...

  2. How to meditate your way out of debt

    Debt can cause anxiety which can inhibit your ability to come up with solutions to your debt problem. Here are ways you can clear your head and get out of that panic-inducing debt.

  3. Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 bankruptcy: What’s the difference?

    If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, knowing the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 is essential.

  4. What to say to debt collectors

    When a debt collector calls, you may be tempted to lose your cool. Here is how our experts say to handle that dreaded phone call.

  5. Debt collector calling? Know your rights

    Find out what a debt collector can and cannot say when they call you.

  6. What happens to credit card debt after death

    A loved one's death is traumatic enough, but when the deceased leaves behind credit card debt, it can mean even more headaches and stress. CreditCards.com's Dana Kochnower takes a look at what happens to credit card debt after death and who is responsible for repayment.

  7. The myths of debt settlement

    Got too much debt? Need some relief? Well, before turning to a debt settlement organization, check out this video from "The Credit Files", in which intrepid reporter Julia Scott busts the myths of just how good debt settlement is for you.

  8. Wage garnishment explained

    Check out Ted's new motorbike. He had to borrow to get it, but that's one sweet ride. Ted doesn't know it, but he's on the road to garnishment. He's so busy learning tricks he doesn't pay the bills for his bike. Not even the past due notices.

  9. Putting your credit card on ice

    Can't keep from spending? Put a stop to it by putting your credit card on ice, literally. Experts say that it can be a good way to curb your impulses. But is it really a deterrent? And can you hurt the card by freezing it? CreditCards.com's Cynthia Drake went searching ...