Did you know that Americans collectively owe more than $1.2 trillion in auto debt? If you’re among them, check out our tips to pay down your auto debt quickly.
People who live debt-free share certain key characteristics. Here, we outline the most important characteristics of a debt-free lifestyle so you can adopt them in your life and be well on your way to living debt-free.
Read on for an overview of these two ways to pay off debt so you can choose for yourself which approach, if either, is the best way for you to get rid of your debt once and for all.
Fortunately, you can refinance almost all types of debt, from mortgages to car loans, student loans, credit cards, and more. Here, we are sharing what you need to know if you want to refinance your debt.
If you’re in a situation where you need cash (and fast!) it’s worthwhile at least considering whether there are other options available. Fortunately, viable alternatives to the high-interest payday loan do exist. Here are a few that you may want to consider.
With discipline, commitment, and a really good plan, anyone can become financially independent: It is not just an option for the wealthy.
If threatening letters and phone calls from debt collectors are stressing you out, you don’t have to resign yourself to dealing with the communications until you pay off your debt.
Love shopping and eating out? If you’re stuck in debt, you should instead learn to love budgets and side jobs. Here, we share four dangerous (and often ineffective) debt relief methods and better alternatives to help you get out of debt.
Most people will carry debt at some point in their lives. Many of those people will also face mental health challenges related to the burden of carrying this debt. Luckily, there is always a way out.
When it comes to your debts, remember that you have the right to not be harassed by creditors: But it’s also vital to pay down your debts to avoid their continued contact – and to get yourself back on firm financial footing.