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3 Smart Ways to Consolidate Debt

3 Smart Ways to Consolidate Debt

You are in debt. That’s not good news, of course, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the world, either. At this point, the best thing you can do is make a plan. You don’t want to go on forever floundering in debt, wasting hundreds of dollars per month paying interest on your accounts. Ideally, you would like ... Read More »

Why Now is the Right Time to Pay Down Debt

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We’re already well into 2018, and some of our New Year’s resolutions may have been put on the back burner. If paying down your debt was one of your must-do proposals – revisit that ASAP. Why the urgency you may be asking? The start of February was marked by a dramatic price correction in equities markets around the world. Nothing ... Read More »

Start the Year Right with These 5 Tips to Pay Down Debt

Start the Year Right with These 5 Tips to Pay Down Debt

There is nothing magical about starting a new year. The marking of the passage of time is simply a human creation, with the calendar nothing more than a way to stay organized with our fellow humans. If you are planning to do something new, you don’t have to wait until the calendar technically ticks over to a new year in ... Read More »

5 Easy Debt Elimination Tactics for Millennials

5 Easy Debt Elimination Tactics for Millennials

The generation often referred to as ‘millennials’ is facing many of the same problems seen by previous generations. It is easy to fall into debt as a young adult, as your expenses will often outweigh the salary you are earning in your young career. If you aren’t careful, those debts can quickly mount, and you may find yourself in a ... Read More »

4 Ways to Eliminate Debt on a Variable Income

4 Ways to Eliminate Debt on a Variable Income

When it comes to personal finance, there is nothing that you can do which will be more important than eliminating debt. Saving is great, but it isn’t going to do you as much good as simply wiping out your debts as quickly as possible. If you currently have any degree of debt, your first objective should be to get rid ... Read More »