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Why Budgeting Is Important

October 12th, 2015

Making healthy financial decisions is an important part of being financially secure. One of those decisions is planning your spending. Budgeting is a very easy and common tool that can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars in the long run. Not to mention you become more aware of your spending habits and where your money is going.


How Debt Management Can Help You

October 7th, 2015

Overcome by a heavy debt burden, you may assume bankruptcy is the only solution. What you may not know is there are other strategies to manage your debt without filing for Chapter 7. One possible approach is to enroll in a debt management program.


Why It’s Bad to Ignore Your Creditors

October 5th, 2015

We all know how annoying and relentless creditors can be when they are trying to settle a debt. They will call your personal cell phone, your house and even your job to simply get you on the line to start making payments. In some cases, they will reach out to your relatives or demand you go to court in hopes of forcing to pay back your debts.


10 Senseless Ways You Are Spending Your Money

September 30th, 2015

There are some foolish ways in which we spend our money these days that can be making you fall deeper into debt. You might not realize it but there are some everyday expenses that are not actually needs but wants. These are things your doing that you might think are part of everyday life but are really a luxury.
In order to save money and reduce or eliminate your debt, you need to realize where you are spending your money unwisely so that you can save it.


10 Quick Ways to Raise Money

September 28th, 2015

Probably one of the hardest but most important things to do with your personal finances is to start saving money. Having emergency money available to you at the drop of hat is vital if you plan to stay out of debt or to even reduce your debt issues. Saving money can be a struggle when you are living paycheck to paycheck but it can be done and is completely possible. However, you have to know where and when to cut your spending and turn it into savings. If you are already tight on money, there are some quick and simple ways for you to save money and start an emergency fund.


Best Ways to Track Your Spending

September 24th, 2015

It’s no secret that our spending habits have a direct impact on our personal finances. Whether you’re getting out of debt or working towards a major savings goal, tracking your spending is the best way to monitor your budget and stick to it. To help you conquer either of these feats, we’ve rounded up the best ways to track your spending so you can get out of debt, save for a big upcoming expense, or simply remain in charge of your finances.


4 Quick Facts You Should Know About Credit

September 21st, 2015

When it comes to credit there are a couple of quick facts that you want to know before you start your credit journey. Credit is necessary for many of life’s big financial decisions and having good credit will be extremely important. Knowing how to navigate through creditors, debts, and loans will be important if you want to end up with a good credit score and history.Millions of Americans suffer from bad credit and they could have avoided some of their problems if they knew some of the key things about credit. Knowledge is power and knowing all of your options and choices available to you when it comes to credit can make a big difference.


Warning Signs That You Need Help Managing Your Debt

September 14th, 2015

With most Americans carrying some sort of debt, it has become the norm to have a slew of monthly minimum payments to keep up with. But before it becomes increasingly difficult to meet each of those obligations, there are several signs to look out for that may indicate you’re in over your head.


6 Terms You Should Know About Debt

September 9th, 2015

There are some basic words that are important for understanding your debt and your debt relief options. Being knowledgeable is the best way to secure your personal financial goals.