Personal finance blogger Jaime Tardy shares how she eliminated more than $70k of debt and then set her financial sights even higher.
Personal finance is personal — especially debt. But if you can overcome that hurdle, a partner may be the motivation you need to tame that balance.
Forget about saving for retirement and your kid's college tuition. Here's the best reason to get serious about eliminating debt — it's killing you.
A credit card balance transfer is a good first step toward debt reduction and a sounder financial footing. Here's why you shouldn't wait to use one.
If you're fighting to reduce your credit card debt, a balance transfer card can be a powerful tool. Read this list to find the best card for you.
Some people just can't avoid falling into debt — and staying there. Are you one of them?
Today we found some awesome articles on paying down holiday debt quickly, getting your retirement plan back on track, and honey do's to start your New Year off right.
A little too generous this holiday season? Get back in the black with these quick debt-busting tips.
Paying off credit card or revolving debt is one of the smartest things you can do to improve your finances. That is, unless you pay it off using one of these methods.
Newlyweds can fight about more important things than money (like the chores) if they enter the union debt-free. Read on for reasons why you should wait to wed.
Learn how to create a great credit score even if you don't have an extensive financial history.
Today we found some fantastic articles on becoming debt free, the ten commandments of personal finance, and your guide to Obamacare.
Whether you're short money or time, the lack impairs your ability to think clearly and find abundance. A new way of looking at scarcity may offer a way out.
There are two leading strategies for debt elimination. Both will work, but one gets you out of debt a little faster and a lot richer.
The bills are punctual, but your payments keep leaving late. Get ahead of your payables by knowing what you owe and making a plan to pay it.
The housing crash and recession have left many of us feeling house poor. The first step in getting out is understanding how deep we're in.
If you're depressed and anxious, or your physical health is poor, a new study says it might closely be related to your debt.
Do you use credit to manage cash flow fluctuations or to live beyond your means? Here's a simple, practical test for keeping your debt under control.
Today we found some awesome articles on freeing yourself from debt, reasons to not send professional emails after dark, and renting vs. buying stuff.
Lent a friend some money and still waiting to be repaid? Ask for your money back politely and frankly to keep both your money and your friends.
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