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Category Archives: Credit
Are you on the road to good credit? Stop here for some directions to get you on your way… Continue reading
The new year is an ideal time to reinvent yourself and your credit history. Find out how that you can do so for free. Continue reading
Guess what? I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance. You’re probably like, Okay, how does that matter to me? I am going to share how I did it, so that you can apply those tips for … Continue reading
When most of us think of the effects of bad credit, we think about all of the ways that we can no longer get ourselves into debt– can’t get a mortgage, can’t get a car loan, can’t get a credit … Continue reading
What’s the score? No, I am not talking about a sports game. Maybe the question is better phrased as, What’s your score? Credit scores have continuously grown in importance, influencing not only your chances of getting a loan, but even … Continue reading
I just wanted to say a quick belated thank you to CreditKarma.com (one of the BEST websites in the history of the world, by the way) for posting one of Live Simply, Live Thrifty, Live Savvy‘s comments on their blog as part … Continue reading
Anyone can fall into debt– to think otherwise is to fool yourself and set up yourself up for a potential downfall. As people become more and more reliant on mortgages, car loans, credit cards, home equity lines of credits, student … Continue reading
These days it is possible for anyone to run into financial troubles. With high unemployment rates, mortgage finance instability, and living costs on the rise, more and more normally financially responsible people are finding themselves in a boatload of debt. All … Continue reading
Hello, and happy almost Memorial Day weekend! I am sure that many of us are anxiously looking forward to a relaxing 3-day weekend. Before you head off to celebrate, I wanted to share an article that I contributed to the … Continue reading
From time to time, I contribute articles to an informative newer website called Debt.com. This website features a stock load of information about everything financial, and can be a useful resource if you are looking for articles that are easy to understand … Continue reading