How to Reduce Your Debt and Save Thousands of Dollars

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When I first started getting serious about improving the way I manage my finances, I started consistently putting hundreds of dollars toward my debt each month. My minimum payment for the car loan I had at the time was $233 and my student loan payment was only $140 per month. Yet and still, I was committed to putting anywhere from $600-900 toward my debt each month. I remember getting when one of my...

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5 Strategies To Help You Never Pay Credit Card Fees Again

Most people assume that fees are part of owning a credit card. After all, the credit card company has to earn money somehow right? The truth is you can use a credit card and even earn rewards without ever paying fees. It just takes a little planning. Here are 5 strategies you can start using today to make sure you never pay a credit card fee again. Never make late payments If you are ever late on your...

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Tools and Resources to Help you Pay off Debt

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Being in debt can really put you down and drain your confidence and motivation. Whether you are just starting out with your debt repayment journey or right in the middle of it, there are tools and resources out there to help you pay off your debt at your own pace. It requires quite a bit of patience, focus, and motivation, but it can be done. You just have to improve the way you manage your finances...

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How to Avoid Getting Into Debt this Holiday Season

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Christmas will be here before you know it. We’ve shared ways to shop smart for the holidays and how to save, but you can still go into debt by mismanaging your money and overspending during this time of year. It can be tempting to splurge during the holiday season, especially after several months of budgeting well and keeping your finances under control. Holiday ads prompt consumers to spend more...

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