Ten years ago I thought I’d always work a regular job. In fact, I had definite thoughts about entrepreneurship – I was certain it wasn’t for me. I liked the safety net of working for someone else. I didn’t like the idea of being solely dependent on myself to make the money. I felt [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]
The following is a guest post.
Improving cash flow to slash debt has common benefits but unique challenges. The more money applied to principal balances now will save large sums of interest expense later. However, increasing income in the short term may be more difficult for some than others.
Thankfully, there are common expenses [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]
Today I have a guest post from Kevin Watts who writes at Graduating from Debt. Kevin graduated from college with $12,000 in student loans and has a strong desire to get rid of his debt. Let’s see what he to say about students getting a credit card for college.
So, you are starting a [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]
If you’ve ever tried to get a credit card, a car loan, or a mortgage, you know the importance of having a healthy FICO score. The score is determined by assessing your bill-paying history, the types of accounts you already hold, if you have any accounts in collections, the age of any current accounts, [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]