Tag: debt

5 Tips for Understanding Pre-Approval for Online Loans

When it comes to the point of making a purchase or shelling out for a luxurious expense, it is more […]

The Two Main Types of Borrowing

In a perfect world, we could all get through life with the things we need while living a reasonable lifestyle […]

Managing a Financial Emergency the Right Way

Managing a Financial Emergency the Right Way

Most people experience at least one episode of financial instability throughout their lives, if not the majority of their time […]

Three Proven Ways to Get Out of Debt

Debt has become as much a staple in American society as apple pie or baseball. Many market analyses claim that […]

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How to Manage Your Credit Effectively (Even While Experiencing Hardship)

When times are tough, it’s easy to just throw all the rules out the window. As you rehabilitate your credit […]

The 3 Biggest Personal Finance Mistakes We Made in 2016

Like any other personal finance enthusiast, both of us (I and husband) spent few minutes to put together all our […]

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The Basics of the Part IX Debt Agreement

When it comes to the topic of debt, everyone wants to stay well away from it. It can be a […]

Loan Comparison: The Importance of Looking for the Best Loan Options

Almost 10 years ago, I got the first of my only 2 loans: a new computer I’d pay for in […]

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Tips to finding the right car loan for you

Most personal finance blogs (this one included) advise you to make sure you save money for most of your needs. […]

Debt: Ramona’s debt story

I would like to start a new series of articles here on our personal finance blog, in which we all […]

The ugly face of debt: working with the banks

Most of us have been or are still paying for various loans. We decided to ask for ‘help’ to be […]

Debt: 11 habits that will always keep you in debt

We don’t need any studies (although there are plenty) to show us we’re on the wrong path. Most our societies […]

Personal Finance: There is no such thing as ‘good’ debt

Most adults have been in debt or are currently paying off various loans. There’s a small percentage of people who […]

Dave Ramsey – The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness

Since losing my job and being forced into full time freelancing (paying debt and saving, too), I started reading more […]

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