There are so many reasons why you should start on the path to credit repair. With a better credit report, you’ll save money on interest rates and pay lower security deposits. Most importantly you'll have peace of mind. Priceless!
We hear about refinancing all the time on TV, social media and advertisements – lower your rate, lower your payment, get cash from the equity in your home, pay off your mortgage faster! Those are all good things – but is it right for you?
The health of your body is important, but so is your financial well-being. Check out Laura and Tracy's tips on becoming financially fit in 2018.
As you may have figured out by now, managing money is like running a marathon. You wouldn’t expect to throw on your tennis shoes, head out the door and be able to run a 26.2 mile marathon so you shouldn’t expect to become financially fit overnight either. It takes training.
Credit cards often get a bad rap because they are so easy to use the wrong way, but when used the right way, credit cards can actually be a good thing. In fact, credit cards can actually benefit your finances.
Recently a coworker sent me a study which stated that one in three U.S. adults find their financial situation is worse than they expected it to be. This isn’t surprising to me in the least. I’m currently in that all too common phase of life people face in their 30s: two kids, mortgage, car payments, … Continue reading Less than great expectations.