Saving for retirement – especially an early retirement – takes tons of work as it is, even without a pandemic throwing a wrench in your plans. Here are a few ways to keep your FIRE goals intact in a post-pandemic economy.
What’s the trick to putting more money in the bank? Here are five simple things you can do to bank extra cash each and every month.
After struggling to make minimum payments and watching interest accumulate at a rate much higher than you can pay, you may be looking for an easier way to manage your debt.
Consolidating your debt may be easier than you think. By following some simple steps, you may be able to pay down your debt faster than you ever thought possible. Here’s how.
You may feel that cutting back on a necessity like groceries is too much of a sacrifice. But, chances are you can probably reduce your grocery bill without having to feel deprived.
When an offer of a new credit card with a 0% APR appears, it is certainly very tempting to jump on the opportunity. But is a credit card offering a 0% APR too good to be true?
Unfortunately, the need for stimulus money also means that our world – and our global economy – are in poor shape. However, by making a few smart, disciplined choices, you can use your cash windfall to make good use of the situation.
Remember, the more available credit you have, the better your credit utilization rate, and the better your overall credit score.
Whether you bear responsibility for your spouse’s credit card debt depends on many factors including when the debt was accrued, how the account has been managed throughout the relationship, and perhaps most importantly, where you live.
If you are the kind of person that likes to have a plan, check off boxes as you go, and see a completed list, then a 0-based budget might be the right strategy for you.