I don’t know about you, but tax season is definitely not my favorite time of the year!W-2 Forms, 1099s, bank statements, mortgage interest documents, childcare records, health care receipts - the View Post
Ready to buy your first home? Congratulations! This is an exciting time in your life, but it can also feel very overwhelming. To make it an enjoyable experience, I’ve taken my 17 years as a mortgage View Post
Do you feel crushed by your student loans? Trust me; you are not alone. According to student loan expert Mark Kantrowitz, 7 in 10 seniors will graduate with an average of $37,172 of student debt in View Post
There a thousand different ways you can get into debt, but there are only really two ways to pay it off. The debate on which method to use has been around for a very long time and in my View Post
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When I finally realized that having savings built up for emergencies was something I needed, I had to make the hard choice of deciding to pay off my current debt or to start saving my money. This was View Post
If you want to eliminate debt, blindly making the minimum payment because you don't know where to start is one of the worst things you can do. If you have a large amount of debt, or have many sources View Post