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Debt

The Devils In The Debt

by Mike on March 20, 2017

The Devils In The Debt

There are so many people up to their eyes in debt in this day and age, it is almost unbelievable. Debt claws at you, pulls you down, sucks the joy out of life and really haunts your every thought. It can always seem like there is no end in sight. No stop to the unending […]

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Clear Your Debt In Record Time

by Mike on March 15, 2017

Clear Your Debt In Record Time

Being in debt can be tough on your emotions. But know this: it’s something that millions of people are going through right now. According to the charity Credit Action, household debt is currently over $70,000, including mortgages, meaning that the vast majority of people owe other people money. The reason many people get into trouble […]

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Shield Yourself From Bad Credit

by Mike on March 13, 2017

Shield Yourself From Bad Credit

Credit is becoming ever more important in this day and age. It dictates how much you can borrow, what you can borrow, the bank’s believability in you and it simply keeps you in good stead with lenders. The better the credit rating the less interest you have to pay back over longer terms because you […]

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Shed Your Financial Burdens!

by Mike on March 2, 2017

Shed Your Financial Burdens!

For some lucky people, money is never a major issue. They make money, spend money and save money without ever deviating from the straight and narrow. For most of us, things aren’t anywhere near as easy. The majority of people have plenty of financial burdens weighing them down and holding them back from their goals. […]

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It’s Time To Stop Letting Debt Hold You Back

by Mike on February 24, 2017

It’s Time To Stop Letting Debt Hold You Back

There is a lot of things to worry about in life, but the main one is slipping into debt. The financial and social implications of living a life burdened by debt are not worth thinking about. That is until it becomes your reality. Millions of people around the world have to deal with the issue […]

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The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Second Home

by Mike on February 21, 2017

The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Second Home

If you have recently become a homeowner, you will know only too well the struggle that it can be. The process is often long and drawn out, and you may find yourself riddled with stress throughout the whole thing. Why, then, would you put yourself through it all over again by buying a second home? […]

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Drowning in Debt? Learn How to Overcome Your Biggest Fears

Debt is a nasty term. No one wants to be in debt and no one wants to be in danger of going into debt. If your financial situation is in trouble, then you might want to start considering taking control of your spending. Through a combination of smarter spending, cutting out luxuries and practising good […]

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Got a Mountain of Debt? Scale it Today

by Mike on January 13, 2017

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No one enjoys struggling and being in debt. It’s one of the most unpleasant things you can experience. Getting out of it is always your number one aim when you’re in this kind of situation. For many people, however, that’s much easier said than done. If you really want to get out of debt quickly, […]

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The Financial Burden That Comes with Experiencing a Personal Injury

When you experience an accident, it’s not just the physical damage the scars that you have to worry about. For many people, the main stress takes the form of financial pressure. There are so many financial implications of sustaining a serious injury. The financial burden is simply too much for some people. It’s important to […]

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Ouch! Dealing with the Financial Pains of an Injury

When most people think of injuries, they think of physical pain. They imagine blood, broken bones, sprains, moaning. They don’t usually think about the other implications that come with an injury. This is pretty understandable. After all, most of us have experienced an injury at some point in our lives. And the pain was probably […]

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Do These Things to Create Your Tailored Debt-free Plan

Most people have some kind of debt during their lives. It can range in amounts and types and everyone uses credit differently. Some people may use it to pay for everyday expenses. Others may only use it for expensive assets, such as property or vehicles. Whatever type of credit you use, at some point you […]

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Rubbing Out Credit Card Debt The Right Way

by Mike on November 15, 2016

Rubbing Out Credit Card Debt The Right Way

Credit card debt is one of the most frustrating things that an adult can ever have to deal with. Looking back, you may not be all that sure about how you got here. However, you’re here now, and you’re not going to tidy up those balances by sitting around and feeling sorry for yourself! Like […]

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5 Of The Most Extreme Ways To Pay Off Your Debt You Just Have To See!

It’s no secret that most people are in debt to some degree. We often have a few loans and credit card balances that we need to pay, some of which date back to our college days. To clear those debts, most of us have to work for a living and pay things back over some […]

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The Calculator Won’t Solve Your Financial Problems, But These Tips Will

When you face financial difficulties, most people will naturally jump to the calculator. Of course, organization is a key asset of getting your finances back in good health. In truth, going through your accounts once can provide a solid platform. But going over them again and again is nothing but a waste of time. Understanding […]

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Car Accident Law: Remaining Financially Sensible

by Mike on September 27, 2016

Car Accident Law: Remaining Financially Sensible

If you have found yourself in court with a case relating to a car accident, then there is plenty that you need to bear in mind. It can be difficult being in this situation, no matter what side you are on. Of course, for the defense, it is particularly tough. One of the major things […]

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Money Problems? The Steps To Take To Determine If Taking Out A Loan Is The Right Choice For You!

If you’ve tried every other way to get your finances back on track, you may be thinking of taking out a loan as a last resort. While the concept of taking out a loan may be a daunting one, sometimes it’s your only option. If you need to get your hands on money quickly, a […]

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Replace Short-Term Loans with these Finance Tips

Short term loans or payday loans, as they are often referred to, have their place in the financial landscape but should be used only as a last resort and only for small amounts. With smart budgeting, vigorous benefit research and these finance tips, hopefully you can avoid the major pitfalls of short term loans. In […]

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How to Get Help with Rent

by Mike on September 4, 2016

How to Get Help with Rent

Are you behind on rent? Have you looked at your mounting bills and realized you do not know how you will pay next month’s rent? In order to get help with rent payments you will need to know who you can turn to in your time of need. Not all organizations can provide short or […]

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Debt Consolidation – Loans or Credit Cards?

by Mike on January 14, 2016

Debt Consolidation - Loans or Credit Cards?

The advice often given to those with mounting debts is often not to take out further credit, to avoid making the repayments unmanageable. That being said, many people do not realize that money can be saved by consolidating existing debts into a single loan or credit card repayment. The choice of whether to consolidate through […]

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Payday and Peer to Peer Lending options in todays market

Payday loans have become (of necessity) an important option for people who are in dire need of financial assistance right away and are lacking other options.  There may be a lot of other loan choices but what makes payday lenders the go-to choice is that it is fast and doesn’t necessarily require a credit check. […]

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