Debt is a pain – on your mind and your wallet. Medical debt can be even more daunting because it involves your health! Follow these tips and learn how to manage your medical expenses from start to finish.
As Freddie Mac notes, credit repair is not an overnight fix — it’s something that takes months, even years to achieve. But with time and diligence, anyone can take their bleak financial situation and turn it around. Here are four strategies to help you bounce back.
Keep these important elements of your monthly debt payment in mind. They could mean the difference between a debt-free life with a solid credit history and piles of debt with a not-so-good credit score. Read on to find out what these important elements are.
Residual income is sometimes confused for debt-to-income ratio, which is your monthly income vs. your monthly debt. Residual income is the amount of money that is left over each month after all of your major expenses are paid – including housing, taxes, and debt payments.
Automatic bill pay is convenient, but it’s not for everyone. Here are some of the pros and cons of using automatic bill pay.
Whether or not you’re married, money can be a huge source of stress for couples. Depending on how many years and experiences you’ve shared as a couple, you’ve probably had different levels of openness with each other about your finances. Because couples face different challenges at different stages of their relationship, here are some tips for avoiding money woes.
Whether you’re about to relocate, or help someone relocate, here are some great points to consider when you are transferring but drowning in debt.
People want to save money. That’s a fact. From bargain shopping to penny pinching, saving money and shaving debt is a trend that is prevalent across the nation. Lucky for you, we have a product right up your ally. *
When you put the word “super” in front of anything, you’re expecting great results. So you know that Congress meant strictly business when it appointed a super committee to try to put an end to the debt crisis that the U.S. has gotten into. How did they fair?
Two months from now, Freddie and Fannie will be implementing new, more rigid standards for mortgage rate regulation. Will you be affected?