Most Americans have debt and it haunts them people for years. Just like tackling any other goal, you need a plan if you want to pay off your debt fast.
Medical bills can destroy your finances. I’ll tell you how they almost ruined mine after a motorcycle accident and how I’m fighting my way back.
Not all of us make six figures so paying off debt can be tough. But it’s not impossible. It took time to acquire debt, and it will take some time to pay it off. It’s time to make a plan, make some sacrifices, make extra money to destroy that debt. We will show you can get out of debt fast even on a low income.
It can happen, hopefully not often, but it can. I’ll tell you what to do when you can’t pay a bill so a bad situation isn’t made worse.
We have always emphasized that if you have debt, you need a plan to pay it off. Attacking debt with a plan means you will pay it off more quickly and it will cost you less. Debt consolidation seems like it would be a useful facet of that plan. Is it or will consolidating your debt cost you more in the long run?
Andrew has $12,000 of debt! And yes, I did mean Andrew and not Matt. Has he forsaken his Listen Money Matters principles? Find out the shocking details.
What is bankruptcy? It’s one of the most serious financial decisions you can make. To help you navigate bankruptcy, we have your complete guide.
If you currently have debt there are ways to make it less expensive. Today we will discuss why you should refinance your debt.
Sound personal advice is everywhere, you just need to know where to find it. These are the best personal finance books that will change the way you think and act about money.
If you are struggling with student loan debt, you may have considered refinancing. Today we bring you our LendKey review. LendKey will refinance your loans to lower your interest and save you money.
An annual percentage rate, or APR, has a dramatic effect on how much interest you pay on a daily basis. Here is everything you need to know about APRs.
If you have debt, it’s time to tackle it. When it comes to methods of debt reduction, there are many options to consider. Everyone has debt, it’s how we reduce and manage it that sets us apart. But which should you use to get out of debt snowballing or stacking?
As we continue our back to basics series, we’re going to talk about debt. We interview the founder of the blog, Dear Debt, We Need to Break Up.
Your debt is an emergency and it should be treated that way, you need a debt reduction plan to regain control. Come find debt relief and take back your life.
Many of us have debt. Claire Murdough from ReadyforZero.com, tells us how the free service will help you debt as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Are you guilty of one of the seven debtly sins? Find out how sinful you are and prepare to repent your sins in the church of Listen, Money Matters.
Jen McDonough paid off $212,000 in four years. She works now as a motivational speaker and has authored three books. Meet The Iron Jen.
John tells us how he paid off $600,000 in debt and how to network like a pro.
Many of us have been desperate for money. Some of us have considered an instant payday loan to solve. But these are the worst solution to the problem.