We’re bleeding to death with each penny we spend on needless items; risking the lives and welfare of ourselves and our loved ones in the event of a crisis. Stop hemorrhaging money!
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The Covid-19 pandemic is causing a global economic crisis that will have both short-term and long-term effects. Here’s what you need to know.
If the current economic situation has caused a decrease in your income (or is likely to), here are some tips for talking to creditors to get some of your bill payments reduced.
Every year, 39% of Americans start the holiday season still in debt from last Christmas. Then they pile more debt on top of it. Make this year different.
If you can’t afford the fanciest of dinners this year, don’t despair. Focus on purchasing only a few special items, like a turkey or a must-have goodie that is a tradition in your family, while you enjoy delicious yet thrifty treats for the rest of your Thanksgiving dinner.
A man posted his budget to get help because he and his wife are “struggling” to get by on “only” $500K a year in Kansas.
If you have credit card bills so massive you struggle to make the minimum payments, paying off this debt might NOT be your priority. Here’s some unorthodox advice.