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Opportunities to access credit, whether through a loan, credit card, or another account, are around nearly every corner. Unfortunately, that means getting in over your head with debt is real for many borrowers. The ease of credit use makes it difficult to curb spending, creating an expensive continuous cycle of monthly interest charges and high payments. If you’ve found yourself in need of relief, debt management solutions may be a smart first step. Debt management companies offer an expert solution for working through credit issues relating to credit cards, loans, tax debts, and collection accounts. Utilizing a debt management service has the potential to wipe the slate clean when it comes to your credit, but only when you understand how the process works. Below, we’ve put together helpful debt management tips and information on the top solutions to help you make a choice best fit for your circumstances. See if you qualify
A new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York revealed that the composition of debt held by Americans is changing. Debt, especially household debt like mortgages, are of particular concern for policymakers and economists. Household debt levels are a solid measure of the health of the economy and provide a pulse for consumer […]
At some point in most individual’s financial life, the question of whether paying off debt or saving and investing rears its confusing, sometimes ugly head. The dilemma is complicated by the fact that debt often comes at a price, while investing boasts a return on your money that will pay off well into the future. […]
Getting in over your head with debt can happen for a variety of reasons: unexpected (big) medical bills, tax debts, and overdoing it with credit card purchases. Each one of these common debt issues may require some degree of outside assistance to help get you back on the right path toward financial health. If you’re […]
Being responsible with money doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Mistakes are made, especially early on in life, like missed or late payments, overextending yourself when it comes to every day or major purchased on credit, and ignoring missteps to the point they harm your credit. When debt becomes too much to handle, the idea of […]
Are you one of the millions of Americans living with less than $1,000 in savings? According to multiple reports, between 50 percent and 60 percent of Americans have less than $1,000 dollars in savings and live paycheck to paycheck. What’s going on and how did things get this way? Many of us may blame corporate […]
Building an emergency fund and paying down your debt are two of the most important financial practices we all need to learn. The benefits of both are long-lasting and can play an enormous role in your future earning potential and overall financial stability. But which one is more important?
A major change is coming to the US economy, and one generation in particular needs to pay attention. The biggest wealth transfer in history is currently underway and the millennial generation will be the benefactors. As wealthy people begin to retire, a transfer of more than $16 trillion of wealth will go to people who […]
Household debt in the United States is on the rise, while wages aren’t growing at the same pace. Sometimes we need to take on extra debt. We have bills to pay, medical expenses and the occasional gift to ourselves taking up space on your credit card balances. It can be tough to be consistent with […]
Debt can be a real pain in the neck. They are called ‘liabilities’, but a more accurate term for debt is financial burden. Debt has been plaguing the consumers of our nation for some time now. The typical kinds of debt usually include credit cards, personal loans or mortgages, all of which are usually a […]
If you’re the parent of college student who’s going to need a student loan in the near future, then you’ve probably heard the federal subsidized student loan interest rates doubled on July 1, 2013, from 3.4% to 6.8%.