Category Archives: Debt

What Kind of Credit Card Debt Repayment Person Are You?

What Kind of Credit Card Debt Repayment Person Are You?

I’d like to think that I have a wide variety of friends.  These friends range from successful business owners to civil servants to a friend that was unemployed for the better part of 18 months (health reasons).  So it was interesting when I told a bunch of them about getting rid of my credit card

Sometimes You HAVE to Ignore the Right thing to do! I Cancelled my Bank of America Credit Card Today

Sometimes You HAVE to Ignore the Right thing to do! I Cancelled my Bank of America Credit Card Today

I almost never lose my temper with customer service reps, and it usually gets me what I want or at the very least closer to my goal.  Whether we are talking about the cable company, cell phone companies, and most financial/credit card companies – I usually get what I want. Before I get the comments

15 vs 30 Year Mortgages – Longer is better!

15 vs 30 Year Mortgages – Longer is better!

I read an interesting post that really got me thinking today. It was written by a great blogger nicknamed Money Hawk, if you have never read his blog I implore you to check it out. He wrote a great post titled “Kick Financial Ass With a 15 Year Fixed Mortgage.” His basic premise is simply

Credit Cards that Help? Not for me just yet

Credit Cards that Help? Not for me just yet

I have discussed in the past that being that I am not out of debt, a rewards card is not a good decision…right now, but every so often I think about the rewards associated with credit cards. Regardless of my personal situation, I found an interesting article  in Wall Street Journal titled, “Credit Cards Help