7 [Financial] Habits That Have a High Rate of Return Remember the other week when I posted that tweet about the 7 habits that have a high rate of return in life? Where I rocked almost all of them except for the “exercising 3x a week” one where I appropriately scored an F-? Well, not … Read more7 [Financial] Habits That Have a High Rate of Return
Sometimes we find ourselves in a financial pinch and we try to consider every way possible out of our current situation. If you have overwhelming debt, you might think bankruptcy is a good option. In the case of Chapter 7 bankruptcy, this may rid you of your debt for good. However, Chapter 13 typically requires … Read more8 Best Alternatives to Bankruptcy: Kill Debt for Good!
The UltraFICO looks at new types of factors to determine creditworthiness. We’ll analyze the critical differences between FICO and UltraFICO, and share some things you can do now to prepare for this shift. UltraFICO—A New Type Of Credit Score Could Help You Borrow appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Millennials get blamed for a lot of things. Often, they’re accused of being spendthrift and irresponsible. Critics assume that Millennials are unable or unwilling to save money or invest smartly. Much of this criticism is unfair. In fact, if you look at what Millennials have accomplished with…
10 More #Savings Ideas For Ya What up, what up! Here are a bunch of savings ideas from our community lately. Hope you find one that turbocharges your wealth! ****** The dollar bills trick: “I save one dollar bills with the number 7 on them. It’s fun, and in 3 months I already have $250.00 … Read more10 More #Savings Ideas For Ya
Filing bankruptcy is a serious decision. But if it’s your last resort, Upsolve can help you navigate the road to bankruptcy. And it’s completely free! Upsolve Review — The Free Non-Profit Guiding You Through Bankruptcy appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Do you feel like a financial Charlie Brown? What I mean by this is do you struggle to pay the bills each month? More importantly, do you feel like you’ll never get ahead and get…
If you’re like us, Black Friday to Christmas is our most expensive month. Between the latest and greatest Black Friday deals, putting presents under the tree, and (sometimes) holiday travel, our credit card statement is…
Things That Are Scarier Than Halloween I read a stat yesterday that said Americans will spend $185.50 on average this Halloween. Not too scary if it’s going towards something cool like Halloween Index Funds or Debt Slaying Parties, but then I saw that $76.05 of it is going straight to candy – whaaaaaa? How many … Read moreThings That Are Scarier Than Halloween
My friend Amy recently wrote with an interesting dilemma. “Should I pay off my mortgage early?” she wonders. Amy has a high-paying job and has managed to save enough that she could be completely debt-free if she wanted to. And she kind of wants to! But is this the best choice? She’s aware that this … Read moreShould you pay off your mortgage early?