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Credit Management

5 Best Ways to Fix Your Credit Card In 2020

It really sucks when your credit score is not up to the mark it should be.


How to Pay Your Bills and Save Money at the Same Time

Tweet This is especially true for people who need to save money the most. Quick fixes like selling stuff online doesn’t ensure that you’ll be able to save money consistently.


Why You Need to Setup an Emergency Savings Fund

The untrained eye may gauge the high disposable income in a population and surmise that the economy is doing just fine. That is before a study such as one conducted by the Fed Reserve in 2014 on Household Incomes and Decision making shatters that perception.


3 Tips for Family Budgeting

According to dailyfinance.com, a recent survey revealed that 42.4% of Americans have credit card debt. Households that have credit card debt have an average balance that’s just over $15,000.

Debt Management

How to use the Snowball Method to get Debt Free

It’s a sad fact this day in age that pretty much everyone is living in debt. The most common ways people sink into debt is with student loans, auto loans and credit cards.

Credit Cards

3 Things You Should Know About Debt Consolidation

Despite our best intentions, spending within the limits of our carefully planned budgets is not always simple nor possible. With the rise of clever marketing tactics and easy credit, overspending has become a habit rather than an isolated setback or an emergency triggered decision.

Debt Management

Out Of Debt, But Credit Is A Wreck

Tweet Those ads on cable television seem to be played over and over again: companies offering debt management solutions to help you overcome your financial burden. On the surface, they