Banks profit off the financially illiterate, and the government isn’t helping by rolling back Dodd-Frank. But we have the power to change our habits when it comes to paying off debts.
When you’re working towards paying down debt, the end can be hard to imagine. Imagining how life will change when you’re free from debt can help!
If you attended at least some college, chances are you left with student loan debt. But that debt doesn’t mean Financial Freedom is out of your grasp. This week, we’re looking at how you can conquer that debt while saving for your future.
What's your motivation for paying off debt? If you haven't found the right thing for you yet, we have five creative ideas to make paying off your debt a little more fun.
Getting ready to tackle your debt in the new year? We recommend the Debt Snowball method for debt termination. Here are three reasons why it's better than then Debt Avalanche method!
Five strategies for making peace with what you owe, staying sane and getting to a place where you can pay off debt quickly.
Many financial coaches will tell you that to beat debt pay back your highest interest rate loans first. Logically, that makes sense. But does it work?
In the spirit of the holidays, MindShift.money Specialist Vikki Morgan outlines three steps you can take now to reduce your debt (and money stress!) before the new year.
Lots of people struggle with high interest rates and credit card debt, but they’re scared of closing their credit card account. They worry cancelling will ruin their credit score, or that they’ll be unable to live without their card. Because of thi,s they hold onto credit cards they don’t...