When it comes to choosing New Year's resolutions, millions of Americans will resolve to get out of debt in 2020, and for good reason. In 2019, Americans under the age of 35 were carrying an average of … [Read more...] about 5 Ways To Get Rid Of Your Debt This New Year
Are you stressing over the debt you're carrying? If so, you're not alone. Household debt, meaning the credit cards, car loans, and mortgages, is a staggering $13 trillion, and it shows no signs of … [Read more...] about 4 Steps To Better Debt Management
You learn a lot in high school that you will most likely never use. Trigonometry is only useful if you're an engineer. Diagramming a sentence is the duty of an English teacher. The Periodic Table is … [Read more...] about 5 Debt Questions You’re Afraid To Ask
Have you been keeping an eye out for the best way to save money with debt consolidation? We'll help you figure it out. By definition, debt consolidation focuses not so much on saving you money as … [Read more...] about Can Debt Consolidation Save You Money?
Businesses take on debt for a wide variety of reasons, but at the end of the day, it's because business owners see an opportunity and want to jump on it. They don't have the funds at their disposal to … [Read more...] about Have Business Debt? Here’s How To Choose A Debt Consolidation Company
Americans are more in debt now than they have ever been. The numbers on household debt show that it has reached a high that has surpassed the staggering number reported during the financial crisis in … [Read more...] about 9 Things To Watch Out For With Debt Management Plans
When it comes to dealing with your debt, you can take many different paths. We'll compare two of those paths below: debt consolidation and debt restructuring. There are many different options out … [Read more...] about Debt Consolidation Vs. Debt Restructuring
The financial crisis of 2008 started in America, by most accounts, but it had consequences around the globe. Industries collapsed and entire countries defaulted on their debt. On a more micro scale, a … [Read more...] about The Dangers Of Debt: Lending Weight
Are you having a terrible time with debt? Millions of Americans are. Can you guess America's biggest debt? If you said student loan debt, give yourself an A. In fact, Americans owe a total of more … [Read more...] about Top 10 Debt Management Articles by National Debt Relief
When you're looking for debt relief, you're in a vulnerable position. You're deeply in debt, often to various different creditors, and you're at a turning point. Do you keep on going, paying your … [Read more...] about What to Consider When Seeking Debt Relief
The consumer debt problem of Americans seems like a permanent thing. The truth is, debt is not really that bad. The use of credit is sometimes necessary if we want to bring our finances to the next … [Read more...] about 4 Reasons Why Your Debt Problem Should Not Lead You To Despair
According to a recent survey of 191 CDFA (Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®) professionals from across North America, the three leading causes of divorce are basic incompatibility, infidelity and … [Read more...] about How to Manage Your Debts to Save Your Marriage
Unfortunately, it's easy to become confused about debt management and debt settlement. There are a lot of conflicting claims out there in terms of what debt management or debt settlement could do for … [Read more...] about Is Debt Management Or Debt Settlement The Best Option For Dealing With Debts?
It's obvious that there are people who have too much debt. For that matter, one recent study revealed that the average US household has more than $15,191 just in credit card debt not including other … [Read more...] about When Going Into Credit Card Debt Can Be A Good Thing
In his play “Hamlet, William Shakespeare wrote, "To die, to sleep; To sleep: perchance” to dream: ay, there's the rub…” But a better question today might be “which comes first to save more or to pay … [Read more...] about Save More Money Or Pay Down Debt? Ay, There’s The Rub