If you’re struggling with debt, you may be considering a number of debt relief options. One widely known debt settlement company is Freedom Debt Relief.
We all have to start somewhere. Even financial professionals had to build their credit from scratch. And many have dealt with financial hiccups along the way.
As businesses slowly begin to reopen across the country, it finally seems as though there may be a light – though still distantly – at the end of the tunnel. While we seem to still be a long way away from returning to “normal,” the start of businesses reopening signals at least a financial shift.
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application opens Oct. 1. Federal student aid is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning you’ll want to file as early as possible. But for some families, filing can be tricky.
When you’re just starting out in your career, retirement may be the further thing from your mind. But because retirement savings use compound interest, you’ll be better off the earlier you begin saving.
The more you know about debt, the more it will work for you instead of against you. With so much financial misinformation in our society, many people think of debt as a dirty word or something to be feared. Both are untrue. All debt is good debt until it becomes unmanageable. The key to turning […]
April is Financial Literacy Month! There are many aspects of being financially literate, and a significant part of that is your attitude.
When you’re attending college you have a lot to worry about, such as tuition, assignments, and a part-time job or work-study job. Most importantly, you are starting to build the path of what direction your life is going to go in.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders discussed student loan debt at a rally in New Hampshire this past Wednesday, a key tactic to win over younger voters.
Does your debt have you feeling gloomy? Here are 42 songs to help you get motivated to pay off your debt!