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Pros & Cons of Paying Off Your Adult Child’s Debt &...

It doesn't matter whether your kids are school-aged or fully grown adults - if they're in trouble, you've got their backs. However, if...
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What Is Credit Counseling – How Debt Management Plans Work

There are a number of reasons people get into debt. Whether you've dealt with insufficient income and mounting bills for years, or face a new,...
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Should I Pay Off My Mortgage or Student Loans First?

Student loans and mortgage debt are often considered to be "good debt," as they are forms of debt you take on in order to...
Break Bad Financial Habits

10 Bad Financial Habits You Need to Break to Get Out...

We all have our creature comforts - those habits that, for better or worse, we indulge on a daily basis. However, while a regular...
Pay Off Credit Card Debt Fast

How to Get Out of Credit Card Debt Fast – 5-Step...

Of all the types of debt you can hold, credit card debt is one of the nastiest. USA Today reports that U.S. consumers pay...
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6 Reasons to Buy a Car with Cash and Avoid Car...

Do Americans love their cars too much? Even as a car lover myself, I would argue yes. There is no other explanation for our...
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Should I Save Money to Invest or Pay Off Debt First?

“Should I invest or pay off debts first?” It’s a question that challenges the masses. For most people, the answer is a mix of aggressively paying off high-interest debt, making minimum payments on other debts, then reallocating the funds to tap into the market. Find out how to do it here.
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The First (And Most Important) Step To Fixing Your Finances

I have had many conversations with many people in the past who have inquired about how to get out of debt. Most of these...
Be Good Friend While Broke

How To Be A Good Friend While Broke

  If you've had a major financial change lately, it can be hard to transition to a more frugal lifestyle, especially if going out with...
Debt Addiction Defined

What Is Debt Addiction?

For many people, our personal demons show up in many areas of our life, including our finances. Some of us try to make ourselves feel...
Best Way Pay Off Debt

Best Way to Pay Off Debt – Snowball vs. Avalanche vs....

If you're like most Americans - about 80% of all Americans, according to The Pew Charitable Trusts - you have some form of debt....
Zombie Debt Collectors

Zombie Debt: What It Is and How to Deal with Collectors

If you've had debt in the past you couldn't pay, some of those accounts may have been written off as "uncollectable." In other words,...