Debt seems inevitable these days, but how you deal with it can make all the difference. We will discuss different types of debt, solutions and how to avoid getting stung in a debt trap.
By Kathryn Katz When you have a lot of debt, you can find yourself at breaking point when debt collectors are practically knocking at your door, calling your phone non-stop, and demanding that your pay their bills. However, there’s a right way and wrong way to handle a debt collector. We’re going to dive deep […]
By April Lewis-Parks By the end of 2011 many people will be losing their unemployment benefits. If you’re one of the many jobless, then now is the time to start making plans before all avenues of income dry up. First, if you haven’t already, you need to start pulling back on unnecessary expenses. Don’t use […]
Stress is like a silent alarm going off inside your body and you probably have experienced the results of that alarm — an increased heart rate, headaches, muscle tension, an upset stomach, heart palpitations and the terrible feeling of being trapped or paralyzed. When you begin to total up your debt your body reacts to […]
By April Lewis-Parks Women trying to build their careers are more likely than their male counterparts to incur debt, according to a new analysis by ConsolidatedCredit.org the nation’s foremost national non-profit debt counseling organization. Looking at the financial records of more than 40,000 Consolidated Credit customers nationwide revealed a pattern: that single women 18-25 seek […]