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6 Student Loan Repayment & Forgiveness Programs You May Qualify For

Student loan debt can be overwhelming, especially for graduates who enter industries that end up not paying all that well. If you find yourself...

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...

7 Best Secured Credit Cards to Rebuild Credit – Reviews &...

How's your credit these days? If you'd prefer not to answer that question, you're not alone. Millions of Americans have imperfect credit due to bankruptcy,...

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...

Should I Pay Off Debt or Save Money First?

Living paycheck-to-paycheck greatly impacts your financial choices. You may face high credit card balances but have no way to pay down the debt, or you...

What Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – Filing Rules & Information

Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop creditor harassment, runaway interest rates and fees, and can provide you with a structured plan for paying...

How to Pay Off Your Student Loans With Low-Interest Credit Cards

In November 2011, CNN reported that students who graduated from college in the past year did so with a record level of student loan...

Should You Become a One Car Family?

One of the biggest expenses for any family is transportation. It seems that most families own as many cars as there are drivers, or...

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...

What Are Debt Consolidation Loans – Benefits, Risks & Alternatives

Dealing with debt can be a frustrating, emotionally taxing experience. Whether you carry high credit card balances, persistent medical debt, or a crippling mortgage, your...

Setting Your Long Term Personal Financial Goals – Examples & Planning

January 1st has come and gone, and those New Year's resolutions you made are now a fading memory (admit it, the number on your...