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Best Places to Get Out of Credit Card Debt – 2021 Edition
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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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How is credit card interest calculated?
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If you’re like most people repairing their credit card debt, your credit card’s annual interest rate is a mystery to you. You might even avoid […]
How Does a Discharge of Bankruptcy Affect My Credit?
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A bankruptcy discharge relieves you from your legal obligation to pay certain debts. Learn more about how they work and how they affect credit.
What’s the Right Way to Pay Off Debt?
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When you get right down to it, any way you go about paying off debt is going to be a positive thing. So, do not […]
5 Smart Things to Do With Your Tax Refund
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We are coming up on that time of year again. No, not the holidays – I’m talking about tax season. Trends from the last 10 […]
Should You Save Your Tax Refund or Pay Down Debt?
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After diligently filing your income taxes, you’re greeted by a pleasant surprise: you get a refund. And where others may see a surprise windfall as […]
Seven New Year’s Resolutions for First-Time Homebuyers
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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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Understanding the types of debt
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Understanding the different types of debt can help you make smarter financial decisions. Learn the difference between good and bad debt in this blog post.
Should I Ruin My Retirement By Helping My Child Through College?
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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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My $38,000 Student Loan Payoff Plan
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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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