If you’ve been keeping up with our blogs, you know that debt consolidation and personal loans to reduce interest rates and pay off debt are some of the smartest financial decisions you can make.
The holiday song “The 12 Days of Christmas” isn’t just a yearly reminder that the upper classes sometimes have way too much money to waste. It’s also an economics lesson.
We’ve all heard the saying “It’s not how much you make, it’s how much you save,” but as true as this might be, it is often challenging to save a good portion of your paycheck when you are making high monthly payments on multiple loans. In America, one of the most commonly found forms of debt after mortgage loans are auto loans.
More people are taking out personal loans this year than last but, surprisingly, they’re asking for smaller amounts. And the younger the borrowers, the more their loan amount requests are shrinking.
When thinking about taking out a loan, it’s important to understand all the factors that will help you determine what kind you need. Do you have an excellent, good, average or poor credit score? How much money do you need to borrow?
Whether we’re facing student loans, medical bills, or credit card debt, it’s both comforting and a bit concerning knowing that we’re not alone when it comes to debt. If achieving financial freedom is a part of your short-term plan, you must know that choosing the right solution will be key when helping—and avoiding worsening—your financial situation
If you’ve been keeping up with financial news in the United States, you know that as of September 21, 2018, placing a freeze on your credit is now free, as opposed to previously having to pay different fees in different states.
Patients can take out affordable loans to cover medical costs at the moment they need them.
Welcome to what we call statecations. Inexpensive vacations that you can experience in your extended backyard: your own home state.
If you’re looking to save some cash this season all while enjoying the falling leaves, you’ve come to the right blog.
Have you ever thought about all the things you buy and how much they cost? Keeping track of your spending can eye-opening.