Why should you get out of debt? What if I told you that while getting out of debt tends to be the thing you think you want, it’s not the actual goal you have?
If you have debt, are you in trouble? I can’t stand how most financial experts talk about debt. There’s an overarching assumption, or insinuation, that someone who has debt isn’t financially smart or stable…
Debt is one of the top 3 financial challenges people come to me with. Chances are if you have debt, it isn’t just a number. It’s heavy weight that impacts your daily decisions, your long-term dreams, and even your self-worth.
If you’re reading this, chances are you have debt but you’d like to not have debt. Before you can determine the debt payoff strategy that will work best for you, there are 4 key aspects of your financial strategy you’ll want to look at first.
In this article, we’ll explore the four debt payoff methods strategies we use most often with our clients and who they’re best for so you can determine your plan of attack.
How I use my online savings account. They help me stay organized, plan for upcoming expenses, and remove the crazy fluctuations of just living life.
Online Savings Accounts Series Part 4: Your official game plan to opening your online savings account
Your official game plan to opening your online savings account, let’s get into the nitty-gritty of how to go about actually DOING it.
We’ve been talking about online savings accounts, because I really love mine. In addition to the high interest rates I talked about in Part 2, I’ve found that having online savings accounts is one of the simplest, easiest and best ways to quickly boost your financial position.
The idea of opening an online savings account makes people nervous. Here is how you can avoid scams when opening an online savings account
Opening an online savings account is seriously so easy and it can boost your financial position so quickly, that I often wonder why it is that people don’t do it.