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What's Your Emergency Car Care Plan?

Are you prepared for a car emergency? What if you blow a tire or overheat on the highway? Do you have a plan to pay for these costs? We have 10 tips to help you get ready in case of emergency vehicle repairs.

Who Uses Your Credit Score to Make Decisions About You—and Why

Sure, you probably already know that lender's look at your credit score to see if you are eligible for a loan. But do you know who else evaluates you based on your score? Find out who—and why.

How I Did It: Tackled the Costs of Moving Into My Own Place

When Ali decided to move into her own place, she didn't exactly realize how extensive the costs would be. Trash, cable, water, electricity bills—they all add up! Read about how Ali managed the costs and what she would've done differently.

You've done a walk-through, saved up money, and are ready to move in to your new place! Stop right there, because there are a few things you should clarify before signing your lease—especially these 10 questions.

Cleaning supplies, groceries, shower curtains; these may seem like small costs but when you add them all up, they can make moving out on your own a big investment. To help you plan, check out this list of easily overlooked expenses.

While the freedom of living away from your parents is alluring, the costs of living on your own can be downright scary. Know what it will take and have a plan for paying for it—before you move out!