student debt

We all dream of going to college for free. Many countries are doing it and we all hope someday the US will do it too. The reality is that it probably won’t happen anytime soon. So how do you pay for college when you’re just starting out? Even if you waited a while and have… Read the full article…

Spending Freeze and Developing a Support Group

One of the most valuable tools for millennials to start saving money is to set up a support group to start what’s known as a “Spending Freeze.” If the concept is foreign to you, don’t worry. It’s pretty easy to understand. You’ve probably tried to stop all you’re spending at one point or another. As… Read the full article…

Save Money on Your Car Insurance as a Millennial

With student loans and just entering the job market, millennials are looking for new ways to save. Average student loan payments cost around 300 dollars per month. If you don’t find a decent paying job right out of college, it can be a struggle to make those payments each month. If you add on the… Read the full article…

How to Save Money on Your Health Insurance

Many people are finding it hard to imagine what healthcare will look like in the coming months of 2017. This might scare or alarm some people but the best way to break this fear is to be prepared. No matter what changes may come in the near future, you can always find cool tips and… Read the full article…

Technology is a millennial’s best friend when it comes to saving. People are free to take advantage of the vast amount of apps dedicated to helping people save money. The key difference between millennials and the previous generation is the way they handle money. Growing up in the height of an economic downturn, millennials have… Read the full article…

Minimalist Lifestyle to Pay Off Debt

No magic, no hocus pocus, just simple sacrifices. You’ve probably heard the magic fixes that are supposed to solve your debt problems immediately. What you don’t hear often enough are the people that lowered their debt through making personal sacrifices over a long period of time. This is the real way to lower your debt…. Read the full article…

Habits to Help You Reduce Debt

There are many ways you can reduce your debt, but how do you develop the simple habits that make saving a mindset? There are some great tips out there for developing these powers of saving and by changing just a few things about your lifestyle, you can see how easy it is to save and… Read the full article…

Why Paying the Minimum Doesn’t Work

It’s the oldest trick in the book. Credit card companies and banks offer you great deals on loans that have extremely affordable monthly payments. However, you should really be looking at the interest and the number of payments you’ll have to make. More often than not, you’ll find paying the minimum can add an additional… Read the full article…

If you’re like most Americans, you’re probably worried about the large cloud of looming debt constantly hanging over your head. Whether you have student loans or you’re just struggling to make those mortgage payments, there is always a way to make your life more comfortable. Looking around the internet for debt advice you’ll probably come… Read the full article…