Debt

Debt is the most dreaded word of everyone in the world. However, no matter how much we hate this word, it is always better to be prepared and knowledgeable about anything related to it. Learn more about debt and what you need to know about it here!

How The Trillion Dollar Student Loan Crisis Will Affect Everyone
  • How The Trillion Dollar Student Loan Crisis Will Affect Everyone

How The Trillion Dollar Student Loan Crisis Will Affect Everyone

By |March 15th, 2013|

The following is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me.

The Trillion Dollar Student Loan Crisis continues to grow, causing political and personal strife across the country.

The student debt crisis passed a major milestone reaching 1 trillion dollars in 2012 according to […]

Why Paying Off Student Loans Should be a Priority
  • Why Paying Off Student Loans Should be a Priority

Why Paying Off Student Loans Should be a Priority

By |March 7th, 2013|

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If you’re a recent college grad or an undergraduate degree, chances are you have student loans. Two-thirds do. For those who did borrow, the most recent estimate of the bill is $26,500 per […]

Top Guidelines When Selling a House to Pay Off Debt
  • Top Guidelines When Selling a House to Pay Off Debt

Top Guidelines When Selling a House to Pay Off Debt

By |February 11th, 2013|

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These past five years have represented some of the most difficult economic times since the Great Depression. Lots of problems have made themselves known. Millions of people now find themselves without work and steady […]

Personal Loans Aren't Always Bad Debt
  • Personal Loans Aren't Always Bad Debt

Personal Loans Aren’t Always Bad Debt

By |November 27th, 2012|

On other finance blogs I often hear people talk about personal loans as some evil thing that should be avoided at all costs.

While there are definitely times when you should be avoiding borrowing money, you shouldn’t discount the potential to manage your finances with a personal loan.

Here are some ways I’ve personally used personal […]

What Happens To Debt When You Die?
  • What Happens To Debt When You Die?

What Happens To Debt When You Die?

By |November 5th, 2012|

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One of the biggest misconceptions out there at the moment is that debts (e.g student loans, credit card debts, personal loans) are written off if/when they die.

You might think that you are no […]

Ways to Graduate College Debt Free
  • Ways to Graduate College Debt Free

Ways to Graduate College Debt Free

By |October 22nd, 2012|

The following is a guest post from Sean of One Smart Dollar. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my
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Student debt in the U.S. is becoming a serious problem. Some are calling it Sub-Prime 2.0. Recently, the amount of student debt in the U.S. topped $1 […]

Snowflaking Your Debt Contest
  • Snowflaking Your Debt Contest

Snowflaking Your Debt Contest

By |September 26th, 2012|

If you’ve ever been faced with a large amount of debt to pay off, you know just how overwhelming it can seem. You just know it’s going to take a long time to pay off and you’ll end up paying a lot of interest.

The part that many people overlook is the power of chipping […]

Starting a Family? Think Debt Consolidation
  • Starting a Family? Think Debt Consolidation

Starting a Family? Think Debt Consolidation

By |July 19th, 2012|

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Taking the next step in your lives and choosing to start a family can be very exciting, but in reality it can also cause great financial hardship. Using the initiative to better understand […]