21 Ways to Make Extra Money (No Survey Sites!)

2020 has been a real humdinger. Unemployment is currently at 13.3% and there are entire businesses and industries that have been shaken up to the point that they may not return. It’s left a lot of people reevaluating the future…

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Personal Finances: Prioritizing and Paying off Debt

This page may include affiliate links. Please see the disclosure page for more information. When the calendar says it’s the first of the month, do you get excited about the opportunities that may arrive with the new month, or do you have panic attacks on how you are going to survive another month living in debt?  If…

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Should I Pay the Debt Collector or Original Creditor?

When a debt exists there are two parties involved – the creditor, who is the source of the loan, and the debtor, who is the receiver of the loan. If you are a debtor whose…

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How Different Generations Experience Debt

For the most part, generations are a social construct.  The line that divides a millennial and a “Gen X-er” is oftentimes up for debate and somewhat vague. But paying attention to these generational divides can be helpful. It sheds light on what trends are taking place amongst which age groups and it gives us an […]

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Your Ultimate List of Federal Relief Program Extensions for 2021

There’s no doubt about it: 2020 was a dumpster fire. To help throw some water on the flames, the federal government passed a lot of programs to provide financial assistance for people facing tough times due to the pandemic. The aid is far from comprehensive, but at least it helps plug the leaking holes a […]

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5 Common Mistakes You’ll Make When Getting Out of Debt

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You’ve made the decision that you want to get out of debt.  Good for you.  You’ve got your budget and your debt pay down plan ready to go.  You are ready to attack your plan. Before you start I want you to do one thing.  Stop right there.  Don’t do another thing to get out of … Read More about 5 Common Mistakes You’ll Make When Getting Out of Debt

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New Rules May Offer You More Protection Against Debt Collectors

Dealing with debt collectors can be a real drag, especially if they’re constantly hounding you to pay up. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) protects consumers against harassment from debt collectors but the industry still generates millions of complaints … Continue reading →

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These Two Moves Can Save You Thousands When You Buy a Car

When you have your eye on a new car, get your credit score and car insurance in check first. Credit Sesame and Insure.com can help you save $7,617.

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How to Escape Debt in 2016

The new year is right around the corner and if you’re like most people, you’ve probably got a running list of resolutions to achieve and milestones to reach. If getting out of debt ranks near the top, now’s the time … Continue reading →

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