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The economy is on the rise, but so are missed credit card and loan payments. Don't let delinquency derail your financial future. Check out these tips for staying current.
As America continues its long recovery from the financial collapse of 2008, we’ve become increasingly comfortable taking on debt. National consumer debt will near $12.4 trillion before the year is out, compared $11.7 just six years ago.
We all hope to get better with our money, but what does that actually look like? And how can you tell if you’re moving in the right direction?
When you start a new year, you don’t exactly leave behind all the baggage of the year before. You can, however, clear away some of the financial clutter and make it easier for yourself to start over. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
The holidays are a time of massive spending, much of which is unplanned and spontaneous. So if you’re like me and you struggle to stick to the plan, here are a few tips that I’ve found can help.
Loving to shop isn't anything strange. Neither is wanting to look good. The trouble comes when your love of great fashion starts crossing swords with your love of eating food, putting gas in your gas, or using electric lights in your home.
When your income suddenly decreases or disappears completely, the question quickly becomes what do you do about all those bills you're supposed to be paying?
Mentally separating your money into multiple categories can be helpful, but it can also be costly if you aren't careful.
Grocery prices are in decline, while restaurant prices are on the rise. If you're still overreliant on eating out, today's the day we break that cycle.
If you feel like the biggest blocker to your financial success is you, try implementing a few of these helpful strategies for getting out of your own way.
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