Even the smartest people make mistakes while trying to reduce debt. Don’t be one of them.
Deciding to tackle your debt is half the battle! Once you're ready, here's how to hit the ground running.
To pay down debt, or to invest? That is the question. How do you decide which way to tip the scales?
Don't just wing it. When credit card debt is piling up, one of these strategies can kick your repayment plan into high gear.
Balance transfer credit cards can be a good way to consolidate debt. Here's what you need to know before signing the dotted line.
There's a razor-thin line between "healthy" debt and a big financial problem debt. Have you crossed it?
One way we sabotage debt repayment is by convincing ourselves it's a difficult, time-consuming chore. It isn't if you follow this simple plan.
If you carry a balance from month to month, save money on interest with the BankAmericard® Credit Card.
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Generally speaking, debt is bad. But sometimes taking on debt is unavoidable — and can actually be good for you.
Debt consolidation can be a great help in eliminating debt, but it's not a cure all, and it isn't free. Here's what to watch for.
Before taking on any new debt, ask yourself these four questions. Are you ready for the financial commitment?
If you're beginning to waver on this year's resolution to save more money, hold fast. Try one of these challenges to get re-focused.
You want out of credit card debt, and you want out fast. You have several options — which will work for you?
Get tough on student loan repayment with a little help from some unexpected places.
The holidays are stressful enough — now add debt to the mix. Here's how to balance them both and exit the holidays on firmer financial footing.
Student loan borrowers have lots of repayment options, including a growing number of refinance options. Here's what to look for.
Step one? Stop digging! Step two? Develop smart spending and saving habits, like these, to get on top of your debt — and stay there.
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