Dangerous Debt Behaviors

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Using a credit card to pay for impulse purchases. Taking on debt without a realistic plan to pay it back. Losing track of how much you owe. Paying only the […]

How to Make Credit Cards Work

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How to Make Credit Cards Work For You (Not Against You) For better or worse, credit cards are a big part of our society today. In fact, it’s how we’re […]

Take Control of Your Finances

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1. Adjust your lifestyle so that you are no longer adding to your debt. 2. Pay bills on time to avoid unnecessary late fees and high interest charges. 3. Use […]

Let’s Assess Your Debt

It’s hard to know whether you’re doing a good job at curbing your debt, if you could do better, or if you could do A LOT better. The best way […]

Before You Take on Debt

Before You Take On Debt

Debt isn’t something you jump into blindly. To make sure you consider all the variables, grab a pen and paper, and analyze its RIFF (Repayment Terms, Interest Expense, Future Income, […]

Deep In Debt? Grab A Lifeline

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It can be reassuring to know that if you ever find (or have already found) yourself in too deep, there’s help. There are wonderful nonprofit credit counseling programs, like The […]

Debt: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

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  Debt is tricky. Though it’s an extremely useful financial tool many people depend on, it can be very dangerous when used improperly or carelessly. Here’s a quick rundown of […]