If you have a lot of debt or different types of debt, then a debt consolidation loan might sound like a good idea. However, if you have low credit, you may not have many options. The good news is, you can still get a debt consolidation loan, even with bad credit. In this article, you will learn about the ins and outs of a debt consolidation loan, the pros and cons of getting … [Read more...] about How to Get a Debt Consolidation Loan, Even With Bad Credit
Let's cut to the chase. I get too many emails, and I'm sure you do too. But one free subscription that I keep around is Morning Brew, a daily newsletter that keeps me up to date on the latest happenings in the stock market, politics, and business in general. If you're a busy professional, you owe it to yourself to try it out and stay on top of what's happening in the world … [Read more...] about Morning Brew – A Newsletter Made for Millennials (2020 Review)
Leadership is a famously difficult duty. Whether you want to become the big shot or you’re already the boss, you’ve got work ahead of you. Let’s look at our most famous leaders and their motivating guidance. These inspiring leadership quotes are sure to illuminate your road ahead. Leadership is Learning While leadership styles vary, the core characteristics of effective … [Read more...] about The Best Leadership Quotes and How to Apply Them
If you've ever listened to terrestrial radio or watched late-night television, chances are you heard or seen an ad for credit repair companies. You will often find credit repair companies in these mediums. They claim to be able to repair your credit to improve your credit score. Why? One because it's cheap to advertise. And two, they are typically making outlandish … [Read more...] about Will Credit Repair Companies Actually Boost my Score?
Did you know that millions of people have followed and completed Dave Ramsey’s popular baby steps to financial freedom? It’s a clear path that is easy to follow, and statistics show they work. Or do they? A quick Google search on Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps will show you conflicting opinions on both sides of the argument, so who do you believe? For example, we wrote a viral … [Read more...] about Dave Ramsey Baby Steps: Will They Work For You?
It should be no surprise to anyone that consumer and student loan debt in the United States is at an all-time high. Several studies put student loan debt in the United States at $1.6 trillion! A recent article in Forbes says that the average debt per student stands at $32,731. Students everywhere are looking for relief. Many students use programs from MyFedLoan to get that … [Read more...] about This Is Your Definitive 2020 Guide to MyFedLoan
Unless you've been living under a rock (which is probably a great place to be right now), you know that the current pandemic is causing unprecedented economic, and human, losses. The U.S. government has been hard at work to try to protect the most vulnerable workers - those in the service industry, travel, or lower and middle class. The U.S. Senate and House have just passed … [Read more...] about Stimulus Check 2020: Everything You Need to Know
"It's only when the tide goes out that you learn who has been swimming naked." - Warren Buffet The stock market has enjoyed an unprecedented bull run over the last 11 years, with the S&P 500 returning 400% since the previous low on March 9, 2009. Given recent events, the bull market is over, and it is very likely the economy will dip into recession in 2020. People far … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Recession: 7 Money Moves You Need to Make Right Now
A few years ago, I came to the painful realization that my credit card habits had cost me well over $10,000 up to that point! No, I didn't carry a balance on my credit card or pay any interest or late fees. I faithfully paid my bill in full every month. My mistake was in not taking advantage of credit card rewards. Up until a few years ago, I had just a single credit … [Read more...] about Best Credit Cards of 2020 (How We Earn An Extra $2,000 Per Year)
Go ahead, and ask a financial expert this question, and chances are you’re bound to get quite a few answers. Whether it’s Dave Ramsey's budget percentage of 10% gross income rule for monthly car payments and expenses or the 25% rule for purchasing a new vehicle, there is no one size fits all answer financial experts can agree on when it comes to how much “Car” you can … [Read more...] about How Much Car Can I Afford? (Use This Simple Rule to Find Out)