pay-off debt

Breathe Fresh Air! It’s Time to Spring Clean Your Finances

Spring is around the corner, and I’m sure many of you already started opening your windows and cleaning the dust that accumulated during the winter. While cleaning your house is important, don’t forget to give some fresh air to your finances. As organizing a messy closet makes you feel more comfortable and happier, getting rid […]

How to Pay Off Excessive Credit Card Debt

Relying too much on credit to get by has left many people in a position where they are now struggling to catch up. Credit card debts pile up and minimum payments increase. This can cause problems when your payments start to exceed what you can afford to pay in any given month. In order to […]

Live A Charmed Life On A Meager Income

 by April Lewis-Parks You may frequently envision yourself living a fabulous lifestyle that involves jet-setting to Europe for the summer, wearing vintage clothing and learning Italian or the art of gourmet cooking. Then your paycheck brings you back down to Earth. Despite what you may have heard, you don’t need a six-figure income to do […]

Ways to Find Financial Independence

By James Ramone, a guest blogger Now that Americas birthday has past, it is a great time to reevaluate your money situation and start back on the right path to financial independence. Luckily, there are a number of ways to achieve financial independence and tons of advice for getting out from under massive amounts of […]

2011 New Year’s Resolution: Get Out Of Credit Card Debt

Getting out of debt, typically credit card debt or unsecured debt, is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions every year.  With 2011 literally around the corner, we want to help you get closer to that goal by reinforcing positive financial decisions.  Here are some tips and ideas for getting out of debt in […]

Want a good score? Well it is no surprise that paying down credit card debt is key.

A new report shows over the past two years, the amount of Americans with FICO scores at 600 or below, has risen. About 25% of the U.S. adult population has a low credit score and will have to pay high interest rates on any credit that they need; auto loans, mortgages, business loans, and credit […]