Student loan debt is at a high in the US. Are you able to make your student loan payments? There are not many ways to get out of it, but here are a few!
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Credit cards can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, they can be a very useful financial tool which helps you build your credit score and handle large purchases. On the other hand, they can mean trouble if you are using them to buy things you really have no place buying.
What is a good credit score? How do you get a good score and keep it that way? Credit scores are based off of 5 major criteria. How you manage these five areas of credit will determine if you get a good score and if you keep it.
As many of you know, I recently bought Wise Dollar from Jose, who started the blog originally. As I was looking to buy the site one of the things I did was go through the existing posts to see what needed a little more love and light of day.
It's best to pay off any vehicle as quickly as possible to reduce interest and avoid negative equity. Here are three payoff strategies that are easy to incorporate and do not require a huge additional payment every month.
If you’re still in the process of determining whether you need a credit card or not, then this article can help you in making the right decision. Here are the pros and cons of getting a credit card that you should know before you submit your credit card application.
Before you apply for your first credit card, it helps to understand how the system works. Here's what you should know before you fill out that credit card application in return for a free T-shirt.
When most Americans think of credit cards, they don’t think of saving money. However, if you use your credit cards responsibly, the reality is that it’s actually possible to save money on almost anything.
You might be surprised at how much you can save if you are willing to make a few relatively simple lifestyle changes. Here are 7 lifestyle changes that can help you cut costs so you can pay down debt: