Getting into debt is easy; getting out is the hard part. These strategies will help you aggressively attack and defeat your debts.
by: Kentin Waits | channel: Debt Management
Only having to pay 2% of your total credit-card balance a month makes charging tempting...but with interest, you could also pay more than double your original purchase price.
by: Debbie Dragon | channel: Credit Cards, Debt Management
This post was prompted by a reader question, but it's an issue that many people face—we see versions of it all the time in the forums.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance, Debt Management
Paying off your debt isn't as FUN as playing beer pong, of course, but it's a much better way to think about it than your old wrinkly neighbor would have it.
by: J. Money | channel: Credit Cards, Debt Management
The sad truth is everybody is not going to get rich. This is why picking up the books and CDS of your favorite finance guru(s) seems like you're doing the work at getting your hous
by: Jabulani Leffall | channel: Personal Finance, Debt Management
Over and over again, in budgeting articles and even books on personal finance, I see sample budgets that include debt repayment as if it were an expense. This shows a fundamental
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance, Budgeting, Debt Management
Eliminating Debt Painlessly. Rarely do you see these words fit together in a neat little sentence. The very act of putting your hard earned money towards the stack of debts you've
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Credit Cards, Debt Management
Sit ye down, hold your loved ones tight, and get ready for the seven deadliest sins of the modern day consumer.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Debt Management, Lifestyle
In my first job out of college, I was on 12,000 English pounds per year. That was back in London in 1996, i was single, lived with two friends and only had rent and travel to pay for. And I still remember how tough that was. [more]
by: Paul Michael | channel: Budgeting, Debt Management
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