Your credit score is an important number that affects your ability to qualify for credit and the terms you are offered if approved. Here we are going to look specifically at unpaid medical bills and the impact they have on your credit score. Most American consumers are familiar with basic credit scoring principals. For example, paying… Continue Reading–>
If you’re here to start a blog, congratulations! Starting my first blog was one of the best decisions I ever made, and the people I’ve reached (not to mention the money I’ve made) are just a couple of the benefits I’ve experienced over the years. Knowing where to begin with your first blog is challenging…. Continue Reading–>
You may do it with your phone, Internet and TV services. You may do it with your bank accounts, too. But should you also bundle your insurance policies with one company to save money? Like so much else in life, the answer depends, in part, on your unique situation. First: The Potential Problem with Bundled… Continue Reading–>
Trying to pay off your student loans faster? You’re not alone. In 2018, the total level of student loan debt in the United States sits at around $1.5 trillion. That’s an all-time high. And, thanks to a constant stream of new debtors and compound interest, the number keeps climbing to the tune of $2,726 per… Continue Reading–>
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This is a guest post from Ryan from Cash Money Life. Veteran, father, husband, blogger and an all-around swell guy. Your credit report is one of the most important financial records you have when you are applying for a loan or trying to rent a house or apartment. But your credit report can also be… Continue Reading–>
No one ever plans on getting divorced (I hope!). Unfortunately, it is the reality of the world we live in. After a divorce you have to agree on the settling of assets, updating life insurance, resolving custody issues of children and a myriad of other things. One of the things that you might not worry… Continue Reading–>
Maybe you just sat in the doctor’s office and listened to them explain the diagnosis. Most people can tell you the exact moment they were diagnosed with diabetes. They didn’t know anything about the disease before they had it. After you’ve been told you’re health has some serious problems, you start thinking about the future…. Continue Reading–>