Simple Rules To Eliminate High-Interest DebtAll this week we are going to cover some of the simple finance rules from The Simple Dollar that lead to personal success.
Those New Year’s Resolutions: Investments & DebtWe allow our emotions to run the show. Now's a good time to look at your asset allocation and beyond.
So What Have You Got?You will need to generate a net worth statement to figure out what you've got and then do a cash flow to figure how and where you are spending your money.
Splitting Up Assets Or Debt In DivorceWith some divorces the couple is splitting up debt, with others there could be a sizable chunk of assets to divide.
Is There Enough Money For Mom’s Lifestyle?According to the National Council on Aging, more than 13 million older adults are considered economically insecure, living on less than $22,000 a year.
Too Much of a Good ThingThere are more than 1.8 billion credit cards currently in circulation in the US. The average consumer is carrying over 3 credit cards.
About Your DebtLast 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.
Financial Planning By The Decades: When You Are 40Your forties is the decade when everything is on the line, from houses and cars to insurance, retirement, college funding, and the impending mid-life crisis.
Financial Planning By The Decades: When You Are 30Being 30. This is a financially tough decade.
Elizabeth Warren Hosts Student Debt Forum At UMass BostonSenator Elizabeth Warren hosted a forum on the high cost of a college education and the student debt crisis at the University of Massachusetts Boston at 2 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom.
More Tips From “The Simple Dollar”Yesterday I told you about a website I found and the founder, Trent Hamm. We have more of his simple rules today.
Use Your Tax Refund To Pay Down Credit CardsI know there is nothing exciting about this suggestion, but I do know that getting out of credit card debt is a very good thing!