After months, or years, of making faithful debt payments, you can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. But what should you do with the money you’d typically put toward debt payments? Instead of absorbing the surplus cash back into daily, mindless consumption, here are five savings tips to help your newfound cash improve your financial wellbeing.
If you’re struggling to tackle your mounting credit card debt, refinancing using peer-to-peer personal loans could help you save money and finally pay down your debt once and for all.
Retirement doesn’t have to mean sitting around and doing nothing. Take up a hobby. Better yet, take up a hobby that helps other people. It’ll fill your newfound time off with a productive, helpful activity. P.S. – It will make you feel good, too!
Your retirement date might not be any time in the near future, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t review your retirement goals regularly. Although there are many questions to answer during the review process, we focus on three: employer-sponsored plans, like 401(k) and 403(b).
You’ve gone away to college, and you may or may not be able to squeeze a job into your rigorous schedule. Just because you’re operating on a shoestring budget doesn’t mean you have to eat Ramen every night though. Here are some ways to utilize your student status so you can stretch your dollars to the max!
It’s that time of year when many people begin to scramble over their holiday budget. We have some steps you can take to ensure you don’t break the bank this holiday season!
When it comes to retirement planning, the 401(k) has been the gold standard. But is it the only game in town? Fortunately, the answer is no. Let’s take a closer look at the options, and help you decide which one is right for you.
Missing your rent payment by a couple days isn’t that big of a deal, right? Actually, when it comes to your credit score, it can be. Along with late rent payments, check out these five other things that you may not know are hurting your credit score!
Managing finances after the death of a loved one can be a difficult task. There are many things to keep track of, however there are steps you can take to make the process much easier and less stressful. That’s why we created our latest Zing guide: “Managing Your Finances After the Loss of a Loved One.”
If you take out a loan or purchase a car, you shop around to find the opportunity that best fits your situation. It makes sense to do this. Why shouldn’t you do the same with your bank?