The Federal Reserve says that revolving consumer credit debt (for credit that is automatically renewed as debts are paid off) went up to $974.4 billion in February 2021 -and that this marked an increase at an annual rate of 10.1%. … Continue reading →
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If 2020 is to be the year you want to become a homeowner, here are seven New Year's resolutions that will help you not only buy your first home, but be able to do so comfortably and happily.
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Today’s topic will probably be a touchy one and it’s all about whether or not parents should start (or end) saving for children’s college expenses. Ever since I paid off my $38,000 worth of student loans last year, I have received many e-mails from parents who are interested in seeking help for their children. These e-mails are […]
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$40,000. That’s the total amount of student loans that I accumulated while I was getting my undergraduate and graduate degrees. The amount that is left is still at $38,000 now, mainly because I haven’t really bothered with student loan repayment (even though I should have!) and interest has stupidly been building up. I would have taken out […]
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