“Debt.” It’s a financial four-letter word that you’d rather not talk about. But you know it’s time to face the music and get real with your money. That means doing something about your debt. Hey, I get it. Life is
Now that you’ve acknowledged your fear, allow it to be relieved by the fact that this is not your debt. Of course, when you love someone and see a future with that person, you may feel like it is your
1) Real American problems. Roughly two-thirds of American households carry credit card debt and two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese. Chances are that you or someone you know is struggling with with at least one of these issues.
1. Credit card applications are bad for my credit score. Whether you’re seeking a temporary money fix or looking to take advantage of an irresistible introductory offer, chances are you’ve been warned to proceed with caution when applying for credit
Getting into debt can happen almost without thought or effort. It’s so easy to convince ourselves that we need the latest and greatest of everything, from smartphones and tablets to clothes and even cars and homes. In a culture that
Paying off debt is probably one of the hardest financial struggles you’ll ever face. It’s right up there with losing your job and not being able to pay all your bills. Why? Because getting motivated to pay off debt (and