A 401(k) loan can cost you a lot of money if you don’t follow the right steps. We discuss the many 401(k) loan pros and cons to help you save more money and ultimately build more wealth. Continue Reading
Paying off student loans can happen in a variety of ways in today’s age. You can actually pay off your student loans quickly (with or without) earning a lot of money. Here’s how you can pay off your student loans when you don’t earn a lot of money. Continue Reading
Once you’ve graduated you have a degree and you’re off to hit the real world. Unfortunately graduating college likely means a balance of payment for your education. Student loans can seem like a black box that is hard to figure out. Here we will provide a thorough guide to student loan servicing and specifically, University Account Service, student loan servicing.
Raising your credit score can some times seem like a black box. Actually, it’s pretty straightforward. You just need to stay organized and in control of the situation. Here’s how to raise your credit score by 200 points. Continue Reading
You’ve graduated from college and have your degree — maybe you’ve found your career job or your good-enough-for-now job and are ready to tackle your student loans. Though getting into student loan debt is pretty easy, getting out of student loan debt takes some work. Everyone’s situation is different, so here’s some guidance on student loan repayment and what you need to know to start paying off your debt. Continue Reading
Financing a used car can be difficult at times, but not if you are prepared before you engage with a seller. Here are the 5 most important tips to obtain financing for a used car.
Student loan debt is on the rise. Many recent graduates and working professionals are still struggling to find ways to pay off their student loans. We are here to help. Here are some of our favorite creative ways to pay off your student loans. Continue Reading
Have you incurred holiday debt due to your passionate love affair with plastics and shopping? Did you fail to suppress your urge for buying holiday gifts with credit cards? Well, if you need to fix your financial position heading into the New Year you can use balance transfer credit cards to do so.
Dude, you’re not alone. A recent survey conducted by Magnify Money revealed that Americans racked up an average $1054 holiday debt during the festive season. Here’s an effective way for paying off holiday debt. Continue Reading
Swipe a card, and pay it later. America’s youngest generation, colloquially known to elder generations as the “millennials”, are the latest waves of people to enter the workforce. With a busier lifestyle ahead, many financial experts worry that younger generations of people have no idea how to use or to build credit.
Many experts have noted that younger people not only have different perceptions of credit, but also use it differently than previous generations. Being young is not the problem. The problem is a lack of awareness surrounding the credit building and reporting. Don’t miss out on the very best credit building advice for millennials.
Debt is one thing which you don’t like to keep for long. It is always better to have a debt-free life to obtain financial freedom. I will highlight the two methods to get rid of debt in 18 months or less. We believe this is the best way to clear debt fast. By reducing your debt, you no longer have the burden of additional expenses that you pay someone else’s investment return on capital. Continue Reading