How do you navigate your finances amid a global pandemic? Here are three financial mistakes to avoid now, so that the financial impact of COVID-19 will not affect you later.
If you carry unpaid credit card debt, you might be used to ignoring calls from creditors, pulling the wool over your eyes, and simply hoping they will eventually disappear. And unfortunately, when the calls do stop coming, it’s not necessarily good news: in many cases, it is likely because the creditors have sued you to…
You might be surprised to learn that shopping and consuming in this way will not only positively impact society and leave a smaller environmental footprint, but it can also save you money.
Millions of Americans are in debt, and millions will remain that way for years to come. The good news is that you can get out of debt with the right mindset, tools, and resources.
Sticking to a realistic budget can significantly increase your financial security while chipping away at debt and building wealth.
Facing debt is stressful enough, but a creditors’ threats to file suit against you take the situation to a whole new level. Here are a few things you can expect about negotiating credit card debt when your credit sues you.
No matter your income level, properly managing your consumer debt is a wealth-building practice. If you are struggling to manage or reduce your debt load, you have options.
There has been a lot of discussion about refinancing loans right now, especially as COVID-19 led to record low interest rates in the U.S. But, is refinancing your mortgage really a good idea?
If you are struggling to make ends meet or just want to have a little more cash on hand, check out these five simple ways to boost your earnings.
A new year is approaching and with it, the promise of a vaccine and an end to the pandemic. As such, it is a great time to regroup and take stock of your finances and, if 2020 was tough on your wallet, to course-correct.