There are many reasons that people end up with poor credit. You know, though, that in order to get access to loans for major purchases (especially a home), you need to have a good credit score. […]
One of the debates that goes on in the personal finance world revolves around the concept of whether or not some debt can be good. It is true that some debt (like a home mortgage) is […]
In the wake of a menacing recession, U.S. consumers seem to be at a crossroads in debt accumulation and pay-off. While many households have spent the past few years paying off consumer debt, some are seeing […]
We’ve talked before on WSL about debt consolidation and the pros and cons associated. While there are a number of types of debt consolidation, the point of today’s article is to help you determine the best […]
If you’re a first-time visitor here at WSL, welcome! For those of you that have been around awhile, you know that I specifically dedicated the entire month of January to the Debt Movement where we’re working […]
Editor’s note: as we’ve reviewed various debt reduction strategies, implored you to consider using the cash envelope system to gain control over your spending, and having been writing numerous other posts to help readers pay off […]
As the new year starts up, so does the debate about the best way to pay your debts. There are a myriad of debt reduction strategies, but the debate rages on and centers around the two […]
As we begin a new year, we long to finally make this the year we make a lasting difference in our lives. While 2012 witnessed us throw our resolutions out the window by mid-January, 2013 brings […]
In honor of The Debt Movement, an effort for consumers to join forces to pay off $10 million in debt over the course of 90 days, I’d like to talk about one of the debt reduction […]
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