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.
If you're in debt, you're not alone. Millions of people are struggling with payments, but coming to terms with your long-term debt might be the key to paying it off.
Bankruptcy is trying enough already. Don't make it worse by making one of these mistakes.
If you're looking for a new car, use this simple rule to put yourself in the driver's seat while remaining in control of your car expenses.
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.
What can a villain teach us about getting out of debt? More than C-3PO can teach us about programming binary load-lifters.
Refinancing can save you hundreds of dollars a month and help you pay off your mortgage faster. Here's a quick overview of the process.
If you're facing a large stack of medical bills with nowhere to turn, take a deep breath and fear not. You can pay off your medical debt without going broke.
Maslow's hierarchy of needs helps explain why humans react the way they do. And for credit card companies, it helps explain how to get more of your money.
"Is college worth it?" has become a difficult question to answer — and answering wrong could saddle you with years of debt. Here are your options.
Many struggle with large credit card balances instead of saying to others, "I can't afford that," but recognizing financial limits is one key to financial freedom.
To improve your financial future, you must first decide on your financial goals and then create a plan to reach them. Here's how to do both.
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