Dave Ramsey’s new class, The Legacy Journey, looks in depth at building wealth, investing and God centered stewardship as a way to leave a legacy.
Is gazelle intensity a good long term solution for debt reduction, or does it leave people vulnerable to going right back into debt?
Here are seven lessons we’ve learned while we’ve been paying down debt over the past couple of years.
If having a small emergency fund of $1,000 or even $3,000 makes you nervous, keep in mind that you probably have much more money available to you than you think.
You care about your finances, but are you taking the time to truly enjoy your life, and your money, now?
ReadyForZero is a valuable tool for those who want to get out of debt, and best of all, it is free! Here is a full ReadyForZero review.
Financial Peace University has been used by millions to escape the chains of debt. This month a newly revised version of the class was released. Here’s what is changing.
When you’re paying off debt it’s a good idea to recognize you are making progress, even when it isn’t financial in nature.
Dave Ramsey has just released a new and revamped Financial Peace University class. Today we’re unboxing the new membership kit included with the class.
Dave Ramsey is fond of saying that you don’t want to be normal because “normal” is broke. Now, CreditLoan has graphic proof of that in the infographic, “A Lifetime of Debt: The Financial Journey of the Average American.” Comprised of information from several sources, this infographic, which is laid out like the Life board game, […]
Should some families have a larger emergency fund than others? What is the right amount for your family to set aside in an emergency fund?
When it comes to paying off debt, there are a variety of plans offered by various financial gurus. Which debt repayment plan is the best?
If you have a significant amount of debt, there is no easy way around the fact that you must change your behavior to eradicate the problem.
Sometimes when you’re in the middle of paying off debt you start to burnout and need a break. Here’s why taking a break on debt repayment can be a good idea.