They are many benefits to using credit cards, though many don’t know about them. I share some of the hidden benefits to credit cards and how to use them.
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A few months ago, I was reading Budgets Are Sexy and was intrigued by the Challenge Everything post.
In 1992 the Small Business Administration laid down the foundation for the Microloan Program that increased small loan availability for the small business borrowers.
If you are like me, you didn’t learn about money in school, and you didn’t learn much at home. My parents didn’t talk much about their finances. or about our financial situation in general. My mom did see to it that I understood some important aspects of our financial life. 1) We had good credit history, 2) We had no debt, and 3) We budgeted.
The debt avalanche is an overlooked method to paying off debt. You save money using it but it's hard to stay motivated. I share how to use it to kill debt.
This time of year as many people go through their clutter of receipts and financial statements from the previous year, I always get asked, “how long should I keep my financial statements” or “do I need to keep this for any reason”?
Is paying off debt from smallest to largest ridiculous? Some personal finance experts think it's the way to go while others think other methods are better.