4 Good Financial Habits to Develop
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle. This quote has profound meaning for your financial life, because it means that even if your savings are up not to scratch or if your … Continue reading
To Buy or Not to Buy… How to Evaluate your Next Purchase
Many of us suffer from periodic bouts of weakness when it comes to personal financial management. Even people who are generally great at making decisions sometimes end up spending money on something that was completely sporadic only to bear the … Continue reading
Will Debt Consolidation Really Bring Debt Relief?
There is a lot of talk about debt consolidation these days. All of the talk makes people think that there might not be other options, or they may rush into getting a debt consolidation loan through a company and ends … Continue reading
How to Reduce Credit Card Debt
When it comes to having an excess of credit card debt, it is important that steps be taken prior to any serious financial trouble. Waiting too long may cause you to miss out on great deals that could really help … Continue reading
Is Credit Card Debt Making You Poor?
The debate over whether the demand for consumer goods has fuelled the increased availability of credit, or the availability of credit has spurred on the demand for consumer goods, is a matter best left to those who enjoy pondering chicken … Continue reading
Things You Shouldn’t Pay For!
Every day people pay for things that they could have got for free, or at a drastically reduced cost, and never spare a moment to think of how they could improve their lives if they had saved the money instead. … Continue reading
How to Get Started in Investing
When you want to start putting your money to better use through investing, there are many different ways to go. Some are safer than others, and some will enable you to build faster – but usually with a greater level … Continue reading
Life After 25: What Financial Plans Should You Make
If you are looking at the prospect of a quarter of your life having already passed you by, you are probably starting to think about your future, because there is no denying it anymore – you’re a grown up. At … Continue reading
How to Raise Your Credit Score on Your Own
If you have been having a problem with debt, and your credit score has suffered, there are things that you can do to raise it without outside help. It really is not necessary to pay someone else to do it for … Continue reading
Buying v.s. Renting: Which Is Better For You?
There was a time in the not too distant past when we all thought that owning a home was the key to getting ahead in life and being financially secure. Everyone from young couples to driven singles were saving money … Continue reading