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Unbury Me: A Tool To Help You Dig Out Of Debt

One of the biggest psychological hurdles of being in debt is sorting it all out. It can be very easy to just see a pile of minimum monthly payments. You pay them like every other bill and forget about them. Your mortgage, your credit card, your car payment and your student loans become nothing more […]

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The Snowball Method of Credit Card Control

If you’ve tried to stick with a plan to pay off your credit cards in the past but it didn’t work out so well you might try something called the snowball method. It’s very simple and here’s how it works.   Pick the credit card with the smallest balance and target it for pay off first.  […]

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How to Get out of Debt in the New Year

Guest Blog – NerdWallet A brand new year often inspires positive life changes such as breaking free of debt. If collections calls have been interrupting your dinner or you’re just stressed out from heavy-duty debt, here’s how to eliminate the burden. Determine where you stand In order to solve a problem, you need to fully […]

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5 Financial Resolutions for the New Year

Guest Blog – NerdWallet A brand new year provides the perfect opportunity to make meaningful life changes, including improved financial wellness. These five financial resolutions can help get your year off to a promising start. 1. Get on budget Take charge of your finances by creating a budget. Start by calculating after-tax income and subtracting […]

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Nearly Three Quarters of Students Will Graduate with Around $32,000 of Debt, Survey Finds

Nearly Three Quarters of Students Will Graduate with Around $32,000 of Debt, Survey Finds

Today’s college students need to have a keen sense of personal finance because they will graduate with a heck of a lot of debt on their books. The good news is, this new generation is serious about taking care of their money. According to survey results in online banking firm Chime’s 2016 Money Mindset Report: […]

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Consolidating Debt: When Does It Make Sense?

Debt can be hard to crawl out of, especially when payments on credit cards, consumer loans and student loans continue to pile up on top of your living expenses. Overwhelmed with a blizzard of monthly bills, many people look at consolidation as an alternative. Streamlining debts can be a useful way of managing an unyielding […]

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How to Save Thousands of Dollars a Year

How to Save Thousands of Dollars a Year

“Where does it all go?” is a question asked by many working Americans, who seem hard-pressed to save any money toward emergencies and retirement. However, the answer may be steaming in our hands each morning. Credit counseling firm GreenPath Debt Solutions recently compiled some stats on everyday spending by Americans, and found that making some […]

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Turbo Charge Your Retirement

Q:  I’m in my 40s and haven’t saved nearly enough to prepare for retirement. How can I “turbo-charge” my retirement savings to catch up? A:  The good news is that you still have a lot of peak earning years ahead of you. Many people don’t hit their professional stride until they reach their 40s, 50s […]

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The Advantages of Home Equity Loans – Nerd Wallet Guest Blog

If you’re coming up short on funds for extensive home improvements, debt consolidation or major life events, you might consider looking to your home for help. A home equity loan is a secured loan with your home as the collateral. It’s also known as a “second mortgage.” As long as you keep up with the […]

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