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 habits that you may have picked up over a number […]

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United States Household Debt Changes Composition

Morgan Stanley recently released some new data about household debt in the United States and there are some interesting changes. Prior to the global financial crisis, households in the United States continued to take on a lot of debt and mortgage debt was the major contributor. As soon as the global financial crisis hit and […]

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Warning Signs Of A Debt Problem

On the list of bad things about financial debt is how effortless it is to get in problems with it. For example, using your credit cards will be enjoyable. Those two huge, leather-covered reclining chairs seem extremely comfy and could be ideal for your entertainment room. So, why not? Simply put them on one of […]

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Best Practice Money Management

Possessing great money management techniques can make or break someone’s financial future both in the long or short run. Establishing money management techniques at any time in your life, no matter whether young or old, could help you not simply prevent bankruptcy, but live a balanced, prosperous financial life. Money management includes a range of […]

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