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Credit Cards, Rate Hikes, and You

December 14th, 2017

There are many studies, articles and reports that talk about credit cards everyday. They always tell you how using credit can affect your rating, your ability to live a financially stable life, and more. However, most of it is conjecture based on surveys or a debt “success story” to give people hope. What many seem […]


Tackling Debt with Technology

December 11th, 2017

I remember when my mother used to write out the budget for any given month back in the 90’s. She would sit at the kitchen table and carefully lay out each expense against the total income of the household. That way, she’d know what she would have left over to save or spend on other, […]


How to Keep Your Debt Low During the Holidays

December 8th, 2017

The holiday season is upon us, and that means more spending. For many, more spending during December is a common occurrence. With family members visiting, big dinners, decorations, gifts and more, credit cards and utility bills tend to be much more than any other month. As such, it can be easy to lose track of […]


Beware of Debt Relief “Success Stories”

December 7th, 2017

You might have seen them all over the place, especially if you have looked for ways to make sure your debt ceases to be. There are multiple stories of people ridding themselves of large amounts of debt in short amounts of time. There will always be a story to try and get you to pay […]


The Many Ways to Handle Credit Card Debt

November 28th, 2017

Having multiple credit cards has become a staple of the American household. The average American has at least two credit cards in their possession. Credit cards can easily turn into debt and create an ongoing financial problem for you to solve every month. With growing credit card bills due to multiple factors, it can be […]


What is Zombie Debt?

November 24th, 2017

There’s a strong possibility that many Americans will face zombie debt within the next four months. With the holiday season upon us and the end of the year signaling tax season, money will be a major concern. If you have debts that have gone into collections it would pay to make sure you still owe […]


Debt Free Life: Can You Ever Truly Lead One ?

October 18th, 2017

As we grow through life we tend to take it that some things will always be there. Bills, taxes and employment are generally on that list. But does debt belong in this category? After all, we don’t start with debt attached to our name. So how come it’s become a large part of our daily […]


The National Debt is NOT Impacted by the Stock Market

October 12th, 2017

In order to clarify the relationship between the national debt and the stock market, we have created this post just in case anyone had any questions. The national debt is created by national spending. When the government spends money it creates what is known as a deficit. The deficit can only be affected by government […]


Can You Just… Leave Debt Alone?

October 4th, 2017

There are instances where you simply just want to disappear. Even though you can’t wish away your problems most of the time, when it comes to debt it can almost become a way out for those who have no way of paying their debts off. With credit debt, the due date rotates with each month, […]


Is Debt Ever the Answer to Debt?

October 4th, 2017

As of this posting, it has been announced that certain funds look to help Puerto Rico through their moment of crisis with hefty loans for immediate recovery. While this can indeed be a blessing for a country that has seen two back to back hurricanes, it also begs the question of how Puerto Rico is […]