Posts filed under: Debt

If there is one thing I take seriously, it’s student loans. Today I want to talk specifically for those that are going to take the plunge of balance transferring student loans (and other loans) onto credit cards. I primarily want to...
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I’ve always wanted to do this type of article. This isn’t so much traditional finance, but at the same time depending on who you are and the type of lifestyle you desire, this might be up your alley. I LOVE...
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If you are someone who has been reading my blog from the very beginning, you might have realized that I love bone-picking. Aside from payday loans (public enemy #1), having student loans is the bane of my existence. It’s so...
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I have a lot of bones to pick in regards to personal finance. I’ve already called out rent-to-own centers along with shallow financial blogs. But today I’m only going to scratch the surface of public enemy #1–Payday loans. First thing’s...
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I stepped outside yesterday at 8 pm during sunset. My first thought was, “did I walk into a convection oven?” Well, I guess that’s what I get for living in a desert. On top of that, I was prompted into...
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There are two methodologies regarding credit cards. One is, “Credit cards are bad and you should never get them”. While compared to, “Credit cards are great if they are used correctly“. At age 18, I got my first credit card....
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Before I start diving the more financial related topics, I wanted to lay a foundation regarding the difference between being poor vs broke. I will speak a lot about how to handle finances that is dependant on one’s financial status. So...
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