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!
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 loans to my benefit:Borrowing For A … [Read more...]
The following is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me.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 longer responsible for you debts if the worst … [Read more...]
The following is a guest post from Sean of One Smart Dollar. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me.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 Trillion and it looks like that number is going to do nothing but … [Read more...]
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 away at that debt with lots of small extra payments. This is referred to as snowflaking your … [Read more...]
The following is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me.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 your finances, when choosing to start a family, is a … [Read more...]