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Category Archives: Consumer Credit Blog
We all would like to save more or simply have more to spend on life’s important pleasures or the special people in our life (Father’s Day is coming up!). Use this list of useful tips to put more money in … Continue reading
Set smart, attainable goals to reach your savings goals. Find out how to start a savings habit in less than a month. Continue reading
Well guess what? Mom and Dad probably don’t want their money back but Uncle Sam, if you took out student loans, does. According to statistics supplied by the Institute for College Access and Success, 71% of grads in 2016 graduated with an average of $29, 400 in student-loan debt.
The important thing now is to get on top of your debt and start putting sound financial practices and strategies in place to secure your future. Continue reading
Do you know the hidden benefits of your credit cards and the smart strategies for using them? Continue reading
Learn the fine art of living frugally with these 10 Commandments from financial advice site, TheStreet.com. Continue reading
Steve Bucci of BankRate.com offers 10 great tips that will help you avoid getting deeper in debt in 2014 (or 2015, 16, etc..). Ignore these at your peril (and your Credit Scores!). I’ve offered my own take on his tips so be … Continue reading
It’s a good idea to check your credit report annually for free and a better idea to avoid the sales pitches. Continue reading
The Denver Post hosts the $mart Panel – a group of financial experts who answer the most common financial questions of the Post’s readers. Here’s a summary from a recent panel where the panel’s money pros took on 13 basic … Continue reading
According to AARP.org you can save big this year by following these simple tips: Save $200 a year by doing larger loads of laundry in cold water and line drying. Clothes will last twice as long too. You’ll save $1,000 … Continue reading