Posts by April Lewis-Parks:
Smart Holiday Shopping Tips for 2018
Going into Debt After a Cancer Diagnosis
Which State Has the Highest Student Loan Debt?
How Much Should You Have in Emergency Savings?
74% of Americans are Getting Married with Debt
A survey of 1,000 couples set to get married in the next 12 months found 3 out of 4 couples will go into debt to tie the knot. And most, 61 percent, say they will use credit cards to pay. But is starting married life saddled with debt a good idea? Here’s what the wedding experts at the Knot say and what Consolidated Credit’s financial expert says. Here are some tips on what you can do to cut cost if you’re getting hitched.
10 Tips To Help Your Teens Become Financially Independent
8 Money-Saving Ideas for Mother’s Day 2018
By the time Mother’s Day rolls around, Americans would’ve have already spent $23.1 billion on gifts for mom, according to the National Retail Federation(NRF). Mothers are special in every way. How can you spoil that special mom or mother figure in your life without going into credit card debt? Here are 8 money-saving ideas.
Can You Afford the Cost of Debt?
Research of the Week: Is Mobile Banking Better?
Good Debt vs Bad Debt
Who is Most Likely to Default on Student Loans?
Student Loan Payments Might be the Top Gift of 2018
How Do Americans Plan To Spend This Holiday?
Ending the Confusion to Achieve Homeownership
Millennials Want Employee Perks to Go to the Dogs
How To Help Houston After Harvey
Do You Have More Credit Knowledge than These Millennials?
How Much Should You Tip in 2017?
Infographic: Avoiding Olympic-Sized Debt
BBB Tips: Keeping Kids Safe Online
The average child spends 2-7½ hours online every day. That’s a good chunk of time. BBB Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) is available to help parents control what gets advertised to their child while they watch television, listen to the radio and surf the Web. Since 1947, CARU has promoted responsible children’s advertising by managing […]