Credit cards can be a problem no matter what age you are.
Teaching our kids money skills is really more important than teaching them to say thank you.
There are more than 1.8 billion credit cards currently in circulation in the US. The average consumer is carrying over 3 credit cards.
Last week we talked about getting your act together at every stage in your life. This week I thought we could spend some time discussing credit.
Traditionally, our sixtieth decade has been seen as the decade of retirement. But whether you retire in your sixties or not, these years are filled with important financial decisions.
Your 50s. These are typically your prime earning years, as well as the decade when retirement begins to come within view.
Yesterday I told you about a website I found and the founder, Trent Hamm. We have more of his simple rules today.
I know there is nothing exciting about this suggestion, but I do know that getting out of credit card debt is a very good thing!
Colleges post the cost of tuition, room and board and the miscellaneous fees but these are not the only expenses you will need to plan for.
According to Fidelity’s annual Financial Resolutions Study about 20% of those making financial resolutions are serious about paying off debt.