Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach

Last Updated 21st August, 2014 If you’re in the market for a new car, chances are you want to keep your payments as low as possible, preferably under $500 a month.   Car dealers know this, which is why 72-month car loans are more popular than ever. Even 84-month car loans – yes, some auto […]

Last Updated 20th July, 2014   U.S. businesses are increasingly courting women customers. And it’s easy to see why.   More and more women are taking an active role in managing their family’s finances, and 44% of all females in America are the primary breadwinners in their households, according to a 2014-2015 study from Prudential. […]

Last Updated 14th July, 2014 Most Americans want to better budget and manage credit and debt wisely. But the problem is, they don’t know where to start or how to use a number of free tools available to them.   So if you missed my interview on Street.com, here are five personal finance tips — […]

Last Updated 30th June, 2014   Q: I’m only working part-time, my job hours just got cut, and my rent is already past due. How can I avoid getting evicted?   A: To avoid eviction when your rent is due in a short period of time, you have at least four options. Related Questions:aarp discount […]