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Podcast: Play in new window | Download In research for my upcoming book, been looking at statistics on credit card debt Why credit card debt is not just an income or age issue 3 ways to avoid credit card debt … Continue reading
When I’m working with a client on getting out of debt, especially on student loans or credits, one of the first things they ask about is how to lower their interest rates on the loans.
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: Is strategic foreclosure ethical? Can technology help out your finances? Combining finances in marriage or keeping them seperate The best investment you can make is in yourself Now taking requests to … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadListen to this Episode Highlights of today’s show: 0% Credit Card Transfer offers Can help you get out of debt Figure out the transfer fees and APR first Must learn how to live on less … Continue reading
When it comes to personal finance, a lot of times we can get ourselves into trouble by not having the proper priorities. Our first goal is to take care of our family. In the Bible in I Timothy 5:8 it … Continue reading
I hear a lot from parents who want to sign their teenager up for a credit card or car payment so they can teach their child how to be responsible and to build their credit. My response to that is … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadToday’s 20 something faces many unique challenges the previous generations of 20 something’s did not face. An uncertain and changing job market, rising credit card debt, and higher tuition costs leading to more borrowing … Continue reading