Simple Tips to Manage Debt Hurdles (additional tip)

If you live in North America and particularly in the US, you know what a credit score is. It is that number determined by a set of institution that indicates your credit worthiness. Whether it is a good or a bad one, that a number on a computer determines your financial eligibility to borrow. For... Continue Reading →

Your Year 2020 in Savings.

Among all the goals that my wife and I set every year, an end of the year savings amount is a major milestone. As I review the past several years of planning, I can give ourselves a score on our financial discipline and control. Truly, that number representing your cash worth on December 31st should... Continue Reading →

Debt: Crossing It Out of Your Life.

The problem with debts is that the whole process can be confusing, scary and absolutely overwhelming. Even the word itself holds a lot of weight. Which is why many people avoid dealing with and facing up to the debts that they have. But, the sooner you start, even in the smallest way, the sooner you... Continue Reading →

Take a Stand Against Financial Instability

If you feel like you're always battling with your finances, be hopeful because many have walked your path and succeeded at fixing their money challenges. According to a MarketWatch article of last November, only about 30% of people can confidently declare that they are financially stable. It can be difficult to keep on top of... Continue Reading →

3 Smart Things You Can Do for Your Money.

When we go from adolescents to adults, or from college to a working life, there comes a point when we naturally think about money more seriously. When you look around, whatever your financial situation may be, it could seem like most people are doing ok. After studying a bank portfolio of hundreds of consumers, I... Continue Reading →

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