Personal finance bloggers share their strategies for paying off loans and getting out of debt.
Many people think of debt as a four-letter word. You shouldn’t. After all, the ability to borrow allows you to have the things you might not be able to afford otherwise.
Debt consolidation allows a borrower to combine several debts into one loan, hopefully at a favorable interest rate.
Calculate the monthly payments for an amortizing loan and interest-only payments on a line of credit.
Credit experts share their advice for paying down credit card debt and building a better money management routine.
A student loan expert shares recommendations for managing payments and getting out of debt faster.
Using credit and taking on debt can be a smart way to help finance investments like purchasing a new home or paying for higher education. Here’s what you need to know before you start spending.
Find out the number of payments you have left on a home equity line of credit.
Using a prepaid card is a great way to control spending and become a better budgeter
The key to paying off your debt is to start with a strategy. Here’s how to create your own repayment plan and take control of your debt.
Determine how long it will take to pay off a debt instrument.
Money mistakes happen to everyone. Listen to three personal finance bloggers recount the biggest mistakes they ever made with their money—and how they bounced back.
Determine the better financial decision: paying off debt or investing that money.
Student loan debt is one of Gen Y’s top financial concerns, but despite the burden, many millennials have a plan to pay off debt and save for the future. See how you stack up.
Student loans can pile up but having a plan and staying on top of payments can make all the difference. These strategies will help you get on top of your debt.
Like any life skill, money management is refined as you age and move through different stages of your financial life.