Thanks to Sam Peters for making this post possible. Everyone faces stacks of bills each month and tries to find a way to pay them off. Once children enter the picture, that stack only gets bigger. There are food and clothes to provide, primary education to pay for, and basic … [Read more...]
Credit card rates – is being a tart such a bad thing?
Nobody likes to be called a tart, but in recent years the phrase has come to mean something very different in the financial community. The proliferation of comparison websites is in part to blame for this, but so too is the sheer range of balance transfer options there are out … [Read more...]
A Complete Guide to Managing Holiday Debt
The festive season brings warmth and joy to every family but with it, the risk of accumulating debt increases. Paying for presents, organizing a wonderful celebration and possibly assisting family members during the holidays will leave you worrying about repaying the holiday … [Read more...]
5 Suggestions for Getting Control of Your Finances
We are excited to bring you a guest post from Steven B. Smith! Have your personal finances been a bit of a challenge? According to Mvelopes’ Financial Fitness Survey, you aren’t alone! Nearly 90% of survey respondents are moderately to very concerned about their ability to … [Read more...]