This is a guest post from Jon who writes at PayMyStudentLoans.com on how to minimize the effect paying off student loans will have on your life. It was a little under 3 years ago when I got married and added the cost of the wedding on top of my already existing student loan payments – [...]
Do you pay other people or companies for the privilege of dealing with even the simplest areas of your finances? If so, it may be time to re-evaluate whether you’re getting your money’s worth with these expenses. Let’s look at three of the most common financial management areas where people often spend money for things [...]
I recently overheard a conversation about buying a car on 0% financing because it was too good to pass up. Here are 5 reasons I think this is the wrong approach.
Earlier this week, Housing Wire ran a report that suggested mortgage defaults are not a good predictor of future loan problems.
Many of you are stuck in an interesting Catch-22: You believe that credit cards lead to over-spending, but you like the protection they provide to your checking account. I believe I have a solution.