Paying Off Debt: The Debt Snowball vs. Debt Avalanche Method

What’s the best strategy to implement to pay off your debt? We’re examining the debt snowball vs. debt avalance method in detail.

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Found Card Skimmers Give Further Boon to Needing Chip Credit Cards

Credit card skimmers have been used at some of the most popular retailers, making it more important to start using chip credit cards.

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10 Borrowing Myths You Need to Stop Believing

There are many misconceptions that can make it difficult to separate borrowing myths from truths. Here are 10 borrowing myths to stop believing.

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Want to Freelance? Ask These Financial Questions Before You Quit Your Day Job

More and more people are becoming self employed. Don’t forget to ask yourself these 6 financial questions before you quit your day job.

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Grayson Bell: How I Paid Off $50,000 in Credit Card Debt

Getting into debt is easy, but changing your lifestyle and paying it all off is much harder. Here’s a man who paid off $50,000 in credit card debt.

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20 Habits of Financially Successful People

There’s no secret formula for success, but there is a common set of habits financially successful people have. Here are 20 of them.

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Talaat and Tai McNeely: One of Us Secretly Had $30,000 in Debt

We wanted to take some time out and share our debt free story with you. Here is the how we paid off $30,000 in debt together.

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Lance Cothern: How My Wife and I Paid off $80,000 in Student Loan Debt

My wife and I sat down and added up the amount of student loan debt she owed shortly after she graduated. Here is how we paid off $80,000 in student loans.

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5 Easy Ways You Can Save Money at Home in Your Boxers

Saving money doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Luckily, saving money doesn’t have to be difficult. There are many easy ways you can save money at home.

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5 Things People Mistake for Being Financially Responsible

Many of us think that being a financially responsible person means simply managing our money and saving. But perhaps it’s a bit more than that.

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