If you're willing to delay gratification and avoid purchases today — but not forever — you can save money now and eliminate your debt sooner.
by: Julie Rains | channel: Debt Management, Shopping
Sharing seldom-used items among friends and neighbors is a great (and earth-friendly!) tactic for saving money. Here are the best things to borrow, not buy.
by: Carrie Kirby | channel: Green Living, Home, Shopping
You cut costs and weathered the recession. With the threat of a double-dip recession looming, you may have to find more to cut. Here are three places to look.
by: Elaine Pofeldt | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Your banker is not the only person with money to lend.
by: Thursday Bram | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Debt can make or break you. Which one depends on how you handle it and the reasons behind the need for the money. Make the right choice and you can achieve even the impossible.
by: David Ning | channel: Debt Management
Having excellent credit will allow you to have your pick of cheaper loans with potentially higher limits. To those who need financing, we offer a few suggestions where you can see
by: Silicon Valley Blogger | channel: Debt Management
Should you quit your day job to work for yourself? The answer might lie in defining what "work" actually means to you.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Career and Income
I got a notice from one of my credit cards a bit ago, announcing that they were raising the interest rate. It's only of theoretical interest to me, of course--I use credit cards f
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance, Banking
Having a prosperous country (as opposed to having merely a prosperous elite) depends fundamentally on the rule of law. The system can work adequately well with various sets of rule
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance
Any institution that wants to fund mortgages has a problem. They want to lend the money out for thirty years, but the money they have to lend comes from deposits that can be withdr
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Real Estate and Housing
How much money is there in the economy to borrow? Well, if you don't have foreigners lending you large amounts of money, and you don't have central banks creating large amounts of
Suppose you and your friends all want to start small businesses. You've all got money coming in, you're all in a position to save up some capital, but it would take you a year
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Banking, Entrepreneurship
I think most of us have been asked to lend money to someone we know. No matter how close you are with the potential borrower, there are certain situations when you just have to sa
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Career and Income, Family, General Tips, Lifestyle
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