It is hard to imagine any debt being “good” debt. In most cases, it is not a good idea to carry debt. The interest rates alone are often the most significant deterrent to not paying off credit cards in full every month. Surprisingly though, some debts are good! Any debt that will bring in income…
For many Americans in our current economic situation with the Covid-19 pandemic affecting so many families, it is hard to imagine being out of debt. So once you have achieved your goal of becoming debt-free, how do you plan to stay that way for your long-term future? There are some simple things you can make…
The process of buying a home is an exciting time for both individuals and couples. It is also an expensive, stressful experience in some cases. Having a more affordable option for veterans, active military, and families of those in the military make getting a home a much more achievable process.
I don’t ever want to get to a place where all I want to do when my phone rings, is to throw it as far away as I can and hide. What is your reaction when you know the collectors will be calling, harassing you to pay a bill you know you can’t pay?
A majority of families today are under an alarming financial strain, and the Covid-19 pandemic has not made the situation any better for many families and individuals across the US. Unemployment is at the highest rate since the Great Depression. So many people are out of jobs as the economy slowly starts to reopen; it has been almost impossible for those affected by the pandemic to keep up!
It can be challenging to stick to a budget in today’s economy, especially with the current situation and many families struggling due to the economic shutdown
Our newer generations of kids emerging into society today are unlucky enough to be apart of an economy full of debt. More than ever, those lucky enough to graduate from college have more debt than they will be able to pay off with mounting interest from student loans and credit card bills due to low paying jobs that are available after graduation
The American dream for many families is to see their child grow up and go to college, so they can get a good paying steady and successful job when they graduate. That very dream for many families has turned into an economic nightmare due to high monthly payments and interest rates