Is gazelle intensity a good long term solution for debt reduction, or does it leave people vulnerable to going right back into debt?
I am often asked by Christians if it’s wrong or immoral to declare bankruptcy, after all, the Bible says we should pay our debts. Here’s what the Bible says about the topic.
Making a plan for repaying your student loan is key. Here are a few tips to keep in mind as you structure your repayment, and look at options to refinance.
We don’t anticipate using any credit anytime in the near future, so should we even care about or keep track of our credit scores?
There are several different ways to consolidate your debt. Let’s take a closer look at how it works and at the pros and cons of debt consolidation.
It’s not always easy to appreciate the little things in our lives, but doing so can really showcase a greater worth. Here are some things to keep in mind to add worth to what you already have
If you have debt to pay off, are you serious about paying it off? Here are 4 signs, that you may not be serious about paying off your debt.
It is important to plan ahead as much as you can for specific events, and saving emergency funds specifically for those events. Here’s how our auto specific emergency fund saved us this week.
Here are seven lessons we’ve learned while we’ve been paying down debt over the past couple of years.
The middle class is really almost no different than the low income because they don’t own anything. Are you living a low income life because of your debt burden?
Teaching your children how to be financially independent in their 20s will go a long way toward helping you preserve your own retirement.
Visualization is a powerful tool that helps athletes turn in world class performances, but we everyday people can also use visualization as a tool to improve our financial lives.
Sometimes it can feel that the odds are against you, but real life heroes like Chris Gardner from The Pursuit of Happyness can give insight on how to turn things around.
Apparently quite a few traditional big banks are now engaging in and offering payday lending as an option, even if it isn’t under that name. Apparently they couldn’t resist the easy money.