Reducing the High Cost of Credit Card Debt
Can You Afford the Cost of Debt?
Is a Joint Loan Application Better than Single?
DIY Thursdays: Using a Do-It-Yourself Debt Consolidation Loan
How to Gain Financial Success Even When Money is Scarce
Receive More Cash Back Without Overspending
Cash back is one of the best benefits offered by your plastic, but if you spend more just to obtain additional rewards, you could find yourself deep in credit card debt. Fortunately, there are strategies you can use to get the most out of your card without extra spending. Strategy No. 1 – Charge all […]
Tips For Retiring Debt Free
It’s Tax Refund Time: How Will You Spend Your Windfall?
Tax season can be a grueling time of year, but if you’re like most people, the big payoff you may get in the form of a refund makes it all worth it. The IRS estimates that the average refund for 2013 will be $2,803, and if you’re dreaming of putting that money towards a Caribbean […]
3 Reasons to Avoid Advance Loans
Owe Uncle Sam Some Money? Don’t Pay With a Credit Card!
by April Lewis-Parks If you owe the IRS money this tax season and don’t have it available, avoid using your credit card or opening a credit card account for this purpose. It’s not a good financial and can lead to a substantial amount of debt. Credit card issuers and even the IRS tout the convenience […]
12 Money Saving Strategies for Young Adults
Keeping You in The Know: Target Debit REDcard Makes Saving Simple
Attention all Target shoppers! Target launched a new rewards debit card called the REDcard. This new Target debit card offers customers a chance to save without the added hassle of points or complex rules. The Target REDcard debit card is the only card that saves you 5% on every single Target shopping trip. If you […]