Author Archives: Guest Poster

How to Avoid Debt – A Guide

Unfortunately, for a lot of people, debt is – or is becoming – a fact of life. It’s all too easy to borrow money in the firm knowledge that you can and will repay it in time… only to see your circumstances change and your ability to repay the money you owe taken away fromContinue Reading

How to Tackle Your Debts in 2011

Many people set themselves financial objectives, and I think it’s a great way to keep you financially motivated and focused. It’s a harsh fact of life that getting in debt is so much easier than getting out of it, however with a correct plan of action you can make it easier. Before you can everContinue Reading

4 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid

Whether you call it wasted money, flushing money down the toilet, or lost cash, the bottom line is that even simple money mistakes can compound and quickly drain your financial aspirations. Avoiding these all-too-common money mistakes will only enhance all aspects of your life, so put away any sense of shame and start changing yourContinue Reading

Setting Financial Objectives

Paying off any level of debt can be an incredibly hard task, especially when you don’t have any real direction or focus. When you are trying to save or pay off an amount of debt there always seems to be something that comes up that halts your progress at the last minute, just as youContinue Reading

Don’t Sit Back, Attack Your Credit Problems

A credit card may be the last thing that someone with credit issues wants to look at, let alone use. Unfortunately for consumers aiming at a higher credit score, merely letting time work does not, in fact, work and a credit card represents the most efficient means of attaining credit improvement. Sure, the economy hasContinue Reading

Is Overdrafting Your Checking Account Worse Than Getting a Payday Loan?

Overdrafting Your Checking Account is Worse Than Getting a Payday Loan Hypothetical question: Your bills are due and your car needs gas, but your bank account is empty. You need to borrow $100 for 2 weeks. Your options are: Overdraft your checking account, once, at a Bank of America ATM Run up credit card debtContinue Reading