Tag: Debt Free

10 Must-Do Things After You Finally Become Debt Free

Financial management is an issue that affects everyone, and it’s the job of every individual to make sure that they are doing what they can to get on top of it. Being debt free is a goal that many people work hard to achieve, and when they do – the feeling can be absolutely incredible. […]

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10 Steps to Eliminate Credit Card Debt

People always ask me this same question: “How can I get rid of my credit card debt as quickly as possible”. And the answer is always: “You didn’t get into debt overnight, and you most certainly won’t get out of debt overnight either. Work hard on it, be patient, and start now!” I’m going to […]

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Infographic: Great Money Saving Tips For 2013

We’ve all heard this financial advice before: pack your lunch, skip the coffee shop latte, set up an emergency fund, and grow your retirement savings. But how often do these suggestions translate into dramatically changing your financial future? You may not act on financial advice if you’re puzzled about your overall financial picture. For example, […]

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Why You Should Choose a Non-Profit Credit Counseling Agency

A non-profit credit counseling agency can be an excellent choice for consumers who are struggling to pay their bills and fear their credit rating is perhaps slipping. Credit counseling can potentially stop collection calls from harassing creditors and put consumers back on track for having a good credit rating. Most people who have availed themselves […]

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Consumer Credit Counseling Services in California

California is one of the most stringent states when it comes to paying back loans. In California the bankruptcy process is set up against the borrower it would seem, especially if the borrower is a small business owner without enough money for a dedicated team of lawyers. If you are in serious trouble with credit […]

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Credit Management Tips and Advice

Your  credit score is not something you can instantly fix and then see immediate results. Credit scores are like your driving record with all of your past mistakes clearly visible. The credit bureaus take into account years of past behavior, not just your present actions. Many negative or bad marks could stay on your credit […]

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