We’ve all heard the reason, ‘debt-traps,’ the phrase is often used as an excuse for someone being debt and a budget that’s out of control. These traps are frustrating, destructive, and are often harder than quicksand to escape. The most challenging task in trying to put an end to these problems, but the first step is admitting to being part of the problem. A debt-trap begins with the consumer who overuses or even abuses third party money. Companies make it easy with enticing offers, but we learn to say no. … Continue reading →
By the time the average person reaches the age of 40, there have been significant milestones reached. Most are homeowners, have a career, married and had their children. At this point, they are definitely thinking about the future decades in life. To be more specific, personal finances. Emergency fund – If there isn’t one already set up, now is the time to make it happen. Without money set aside for unexpected costs, people turn to credit cards or worse yet, payday loans. Going into the second phase of your life … Continue reading →
How do you go about changing a spendaholic’s ways? If you have come to realize how money habits are negatively affecting the household budget, the biggest hurdle is over. Acceptance is a difficult part of the task to improve money matters. If it is your partner’s bad habits that are creating a problem, the problem is much bigger. It will take thought and good communication skills to get over the first hurdle; get your partner to accept that there is a problem. No one wants to be told what to … Continue reading →
How can you structure your personal finances in order to prevent any more debt build up? We live in the land of consumer freedom. We have everything at our fingertips and plenty of ways to make it happen; buy online, home-delivered goods, extended payment plans, immediate credit opportunities and fast cash loans. Each day brings new spending opportunities on top of what we had the day before. We live in a never ending spending opportunity world. Most of us got lost and forgot what it is like to go without. … Continue reading →
You may think that direct payday loan companies are your destiny when your household has gone from two paychecks to one, but there are ways to limit or even omit the need to fall upon new debt to make ends meet.
With creditworthiness playing such an essential role in personal finances, it would be nice to follow a simple set of rules. Personal finances are too individualized to have one-size fits all rule approach.
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