Pay Off Debt

Looking to pay off debt? We have dozens of articles that will help you tackle your debt quickly so that you can become debt-free.


The Difference Between Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans

There is a lot to know in the vast world that encompasses college student loans. Perkins, FFEL, public, private; all of these terms and more will become your friends (or enemies) as you begin accruing student loan debt balances. One thing you should know...

How to Improve Your Credit After a Divorce

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm. Going through a divorce is rough. There are so many things to think about, and so many emotional decisions to be made that it’s easy to let a few things slip. The last thing on most people’s minds when...

What is Student Loan Forbearance and is it Worth it?

If you’ve got student loans you’re repaying, you may have heard people talk about student loan forbearance. But what does it mean to put your student loans into forbearance? And, is it worth it? According to the Federal Student Aid department, the...

22 Best Personal Loan Companies in 2019

If you need to borrow money, don't go with the first lender you find. The loan may come with high-interest rates and stiff repayment terms that can make your loan significantly more expensive. Personal loans can save you money if you're able to secure a...

7 Simple Ways to Pay Off Your Mortgage Early

Have you ever thought about paying the mortgage on your house off early? How flexible would your finances be if you had no mortgage payment monies going out the door every month? Would you like to be debt-free and not have to worry about living paycheck...

12 Best Online Mortgage Companies (With The Lowest Rates) in 2019

One way to save money when buying a home is by getting a mortgage online. You can quickly compare the best rates from online mortgage companies. Then you can begin the pre-approval process to make a serious offer on your dream house. Getting a mortgage...

Fixed-Rate Versus Variable-Rate Loans

As you research loan options, you will run into two different types: a variable-rate loan and a fixed-rate loan. There are several considerations you need to take into account when looking at fixed-rate versus variable-rate loans. While you may think...

11 Best Mortgage Lenders to Buy a Home in 2019

Buying a home is a massive decision. It’s by far the biggest financial commitment you will have in your life and it can be difficult to know where to find the best rates. Well Kept Wallet conducted a survey of 1,000 people and found that 13% say that...

7 Legit Ways to Settle Your IRS Tax Debt for Less in 2019

Do you owe money to the IRS? If so, you might want to know that there are several legit ways to settle your IRS tax debt for less money than you owe. The IRS realizes that you might not be in a position where you can (or want to) pay all of the money you...

7 Debt Payoff Apps in 2019

Getting in debt can be so gradual that you don’t even know how you got there. When I first realized I had more than $4,000 in credit card debt, I was shocked. How was it possible to rack up so much debt when I didn’t even remember spending it? When...

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