Getting into debt can be surprisingly easy. One too many purchases made on credit, extra spending during the holiday season coupled with job loss or financial surprises (e.g., your roof caving in or car breaking down) can make for a drained bank account and daunting amount of debt. If last year saw the numbers in your bank account dwindle more than you’d like, we’re here to help. Make this the year you get on your way to debt-free living with our simple tips.Read Full Story
With a brand-new year staring us in the face, it’s likely you’ve had a few resolutions cross your mind. You know, things you want to improve, or maybe even something you might want to change completely. Along with exercise and volunteering, one of the top resolutions involves better management of our own personal finances. Here are a few New Year’s resolutions to help you manage your money.Read Full Story
Whether you are newlywed or just engaged, it's time to take a hold of your finances and get on the same page as your partner. When it comes to money conflicts, things can get ugly. Finances are considered the No. 1 cause of divorce, but don't let money woes bring you down. Check out these 10 ways to stop fighting about money before you even start.Read Full Story
You see that dress in the window and you just have to have it. You hesitate, thinking I really shouldn't. But next you find yourself in the store admiring the feel of the fabric and notice the price tag. Instead of making a fashion statement for the moment and paying for it the rest of the year, make a debt-reduction plan and stick to it. It will feel a lot better than last year's dress, anyway!Read Full Story
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