If you're like us DINKs, you're probably wondering how to improve your financial bottom line. The recent covid related economic slowdown has torpedoed some people budgets, so some options for seeing immediate gains to one's net worth are limited. One way to immediately improve your bottom line is to pay off your debts. There are several advantages in doing so. First, … [Read more...] about Rough Times: Pay Off Your Debts
I spend a lot of time on the internet, especially on personal finance blogs. Over this weekend I came across this posting. Evidently its written by a couple from Alaska. The interesting thing is...they have a lot of debt. Not just like a few thousand on a couple of credit cards, they owe about $232,000 in multiple vehicle loans, student loans, credit cards, and personal … [Read more...] about Couple has $232,000 In Debt – How Does That Happen?
Student loan defaults have had finance gurus issuing warnings about the imminence of the next economic collapse as a result of this debt. … [Read more...] about Let Student Loan Defaults Go, Report Argues
A few days ago I posted that I'm in debt again but I'm not freaking out. It's true. I did have a minor panic attack aka flashback to my previous debt filled life just before I signed the credit application in the store. But now it's all good. Debt free? Not anymore. After literally giving my blood, sweat and tears to repaying my debt to become debt free I'm once again in … [Read more...] about Making the same debt mistakes…again