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Creating Surplus Cash For Savings and Investments

Living below your means is more a matter of self-discipline. A few adjustments here and there could be all it takes to have the necessary funds available for saving and investing.

Are You Having Sleepless Nights Because Of Your Finances?

You’ve worked hard all day and come home at night, only to discover that you can’t get comfortable in your own bed. You toss and you turn for well over three hours. As 3a.m. approaches, you finally go to sleep but the alarm sounds all too quickly at 6 a.m. It’s time for you to go to work. Day two comes and you’re off again to the usual rat race. You repeat the same pattern once you get home. Later that night you lay in bed, thinking how you’re going to pay all of these bills….

Debt Relief Promises May Really Be Offering Bankruptcy

Can I really repair my credit? You can, if you have patience and persistence and watch out for the scam artists.

Best Way To Avoid Bankruptcy

If you are now in financial difficulty, and you have made the right choice in avoiding bankruptcy, then your next step is to manage your debt in a way that you are not Forced to file bankruptcy. And how exactly do you do that? The answer is, get professional help. Consult a debt consolidation company and let them help you sort out your financial issues.

Why Debt Consolidation program is the ideal choice. You can avoid bankruptcy by choosing debt consolidation, as it makes …

Are You Living Beyond Your Means?

How easy is it to get into debt these days? Too easy. But how can you tell how much debt is too much and what can you do about it? Well if you’ve got money problems, here’s the answer. Just take the simple test to see if you’ve got a debt problem and then read the answer for what to do about it.

9 Places You Can Save Money For Your Family

Most families are spending more and more money every year (and not just because the cost of living rose) while also saving less and less. One reason is that few household managers spend much time reviewing expenses and expenditures to find ways they can save money. However almost every family has places where costs can be cut and pennies can be pinched — and if those freed up funds are then used to pay down debt and save for the future it could have a dramatic impact on thei…

Bankruptcy Basics

‘Bankruptcy’ the term that can raise the goose bumps of almost every individual who hears it and even a nervous breakdown to those who confront it. Bankruptcy stands for the situation when a person runs into huge debts and there is hardly any money left with him to repay those debts. The…

Financial Mistakes To Learn From

In this day and age, there really shouldn’t be any reason to make certain financial mistakes. Do a search of the internet and you will find that there are thousands of articles out there that warn you of the pitfalls of certain choices. Advice for living a financially stable life is everywhere. What are you waiting for?

Action Plan: How to power down your debt NOW

It will take you on average between 25 to 30 years to pay off your credit card at the minimal amount. This will not do.

The Debt Countdown Is Not For Real, But The Crisis Is

Here’s why…

1. Three years ago, I said we should take our medicine and face reality – we are living way beyond our means and continue to do so.

2. The stimulus as I predicted did not work because government borrowing and investment does not have a real solid multiplier effect.

3. Government spending as a percentage of GNP has averaged 20%, but we are spending 25%.

4. Taxing the rich does not work. Statistics show over time tax revenues will adjust to a certain level and not increase where there are tax disincentives.

Your Debts and Debt Collectors

You are responsible for your debts. If you fall behind in paying your creditors, or if an error is made on your account, you may be contacted by a “debt collector.” A debt collector is any person, other than the creditor, who regularly collects debts owed to others, including lawyers who collect debts on a regular basis. You have the right to be treated fairly by debt collectors.

You Can Save Your Home: How To Avoid Possession Orders Turning Into Eviction

There are many companies who are experts in remortgaging for people who have credit problems, including mortgage arrears and imminent repossession. They get hundreds of calls every week from customers who face circumstances that to them seem dire – many even face the threat of eviction.

In almost every case, they’re able to help them keep their homes and set up a new mortgage with a repayment plan that will suit them.

Debt can be a very difficult thing to deal with. Oft…

Steps to determine the impact the soaring national deficit will have on your business

With an increasing national debt and commercial banks being unable to give out small business loans, which is the lifeline for nearly all businesses, the US economy at the time of this writing is at a standstill. While there is no easy solution to reverse this economic trend, for right now you need to be aware of the implications a growing deficit will have on your business.

8 Danger Signals to foretell you are on the debt road

Debt consolidation is a major concern throughout the world. There are many things that one needs to watch for to avoid this malady and this stands true for all types of people. The article will try to highlight a few danger signals which can foretell that you are on the debt road – so you can recognize them and straighten things out.

15 Ways Average Person Can Overcome Increasing And Overwhelming Debt

Before sharing these recommendations, I suggest that you have a way of tracking your expenses. This will give you a clear picture of what you spend daily, weekly and/or monthly and aid you in reducing expenses where needed.

1) Accept the fact you are in debt and forgive yourself. If you are in denial, you are more likely to repeat the pattern.

2) Reduce monthly expenditures. For example, once the price of gas increased, our monthly gas costs went from roughly $200 to …

7 Quick Cash Fixes To Recover From A Money Emergency

When you are desperate to raise emergency funds, it usually doesn’t take very long for you to realize who really cares about you, who is truly a friend … be they family or not.

Here are a few emergency budgeting tips:

Budgeting Tip #1: The first thing you want to do is prioritize to get back on track very quickly. If that means letting your credit card bill go for a bit, so be it. As soon as you realize that you have a money emergency, contact your credit card issue…

Bankruptcy 101

‘Bankruptcy’ the term that can raise the goose bumps of almost every individual who hears it and even a nervous breakdown to those who confront it. Bankruptcy stands for the situation when a person runs into huge debts and there is hardly any money left with him to repay those debts. The

“Online Credit Card Usage” – Convenience At Its Best

Commerce and technology, combined as a one package – this is what online credit cards are. With the advent of internet, the knowledge and communication barriers were broken. Also, with internet, came the concept of e-shops or virtual shops that existed only on the internet. You could shop at these shops by making use of their online credit card payment-acceptance ability. Once the online credit card payments were verified and approved, the goods got delivered to your door. Th…


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