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When feeling good costs you $20,000 (The failure of the Debt Snowball)

A fellow blogger wrote about the debt snowball. For those of you who do not know what the debt snowball is, it’s a method of paying one’s debt off (a good thing) ordered from lowest balance to highest. I wrote about this over 7 years ago when I was Thinking about Dave Ramsey. In that [...]

Money Management Involves Heeding the Message

A Guest Post from Crystal – The level of debt amongst ordinary American citizens suggests that few are really good at managing money. While no one is suggesting it is always easy there are a few pointers that might be able to help you whatever your age. The tendency for people to spend what they [...]

Tips for Financing your First Car

Today, a guest post from Crystal – Buying your first car is a major milestone, but it’s also a significant purchase that can have long-lasting financial repercussions. You’ll want to choose a vehicle that suits your lifestyle and budget, both in the short and long term. For first-time buyers, navigating the ins and outs of [...]

Relief From Credit Card Debt Doesn’t Always Mean Damaged Credit Scores

A guest Post – One of the very few things that the vast majority of Americans have in common is that most of us have credit card debt! Exactly how much credit card debt, who knows? I’ve seen estimates as low as around $7,000.00 per household and as high as $15,000.00 per household. My guess [...]

Save or Pay Off Debt?

If you read enough different Personal Finance blogs, you find that there are a number of popular recurring themes. Ways to save on various purchases, how to plan for retirement, etc. The one that’s been haunting me lately is, as the title today says, saving vs paying off debt. There are some obvious choices to [...]

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