Dealing with Holiday Debt

Many people get caught up in the fun of going on holiday and find themselves spending more than they expected.  Unfortunately, long after the holiday sun-tan has faded or the egg-nog has been drunk, the debt remains.  Because this type of debt can be unexpected and unplanned, many consumers struggle to...

Habits that Keep You in Debt

Human beings are often referred to as “creatures of habit”.  That is because we enjoy routines, certainty and patterns.  Most people pick up a range of habits for everything, including — how they eat, how they they get dressed, how they shower and how they spend money. Poor financial...

American Households Take on More Debt

In a sign that many Americans are feeling more comfortable about the condition of the economy, U.S. household debt has risen by $78 billion in the last quarter.  The data comes from a survey by the Federal Reserve Bank. The primary drivers of the increase in debt were student loans, auto loans and credit...

14 Easy Ways to Save Money on Food!

Of all of the ways to save money, saving money on food is the easiest one.  With some simple planning you can save hundreds or thousands of dollars on your food bill each year.  This article will teach you how! Make sure your pantry and fridge are well organized You need to be fully aware of what is in...

7 Debt Warning Signs You Should Know

Debt is insidious by nature as it seems to creep up on people. One day you are scraping along, then suddenly you debt has reached unsustainable levels and you are in serious financial trouble. This article will take a look at seven early warning signs that you may have a growing debt problem. By catching the...
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