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8 Practical Ways to Keep Yourself Out of Debt

August 6th, 2018 · No Comments · Debt Management

Debt is easy to get into and can be extremely difficult to get out of. Whether you have recently managed to pull yourself out of debt or are new to the wonderful world of budgeting and financial planning, here are several ways you can prevent getting into the debt trap: Avoid Using Credit Cards Owning […]

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How to Handle Debt: Strategies to Save You Money and Improve Your Credit

May 2nd, 2017 · No Comments · Debt Management

In an ideal world, we wouldn’t need to handle debt at all. That, however, is not a practical approach to financial planning for most of us. What you can do, though, is only take on debt that is necessary in light of your goals and circumstances. Then be strategic in how you pay it off. Yes, it will cost you money in interest fees, but it will also help build your credit and fund your dreams.

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How Would Credit Card Users Handle Interest Rate Hike?

September 19th, 2016 · No Comments · Debt Management

The Federal Reserve meets this week to decide whether to raise interest rates. Though we may not see an interest rate hike this time around, it’s helpful preparing ourselves for what to expect when interest rates do go back up. TransUnion research looked at just that, specific to credit card payments. Here’s how credit card users might handle a hike.

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