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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...

How to Improve Your Credit After a Divorce

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm. Going through a divorce is rough. There’s 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...

How to Clean Up a Bad Credit History

Are you working on paying off debt and building wealth? One important step that goes with that is cleaning up bad credit. Note that it will take some work to learn how to do this. Having a spotless credit report won't happen overnight. However, It's a...

How to Pay off Debt Without Hurting Your Credit

The thought of paying off your debt sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? No more monthly payments, credit card bills in the mail, or those pesky “Minimum Payment Due” reminders on your phone. Hundreds of extra dollars every month to put toward more exciting...

How I Paid Off $25,302 of Student Debt on a Smaller Income

Tell us a bit about yourself I’m 27, my favorite color is green and I am debt free! I’m a freelance writer who writes about adventures in frugal living on the way to financial independence at my blog, Bravely Go. How much debt did you start out...

How She Paid off $8,400 in Debt in Just 90 Days

Well Kept Wallet chats with Lauren Bowling, who obliterated over $8K in debt and even started a blog about it. Find out what she did to pay down her debt and stay sane. How did you acquire $8,400 in debt? I battled with credit card debt throughout...

Debitize Review: Avoid Credit Card Debt and Still Earn Rewards (Bought By Trim)

The lure of credit card rewards, like cash back or travel points, are a big pull for people to use credit cards for their spending. However, these perks can also end up getting you in trouble. If you aren’t careful, you might spend more than you planned...

Should I Pay Off My Mortgage or Invest?

It’s the age-old debate. Which is better: to pay off your mortgage early or to make the payments for 30 years and invest your extra cash in the stock market? The answer, honestly, will be different for everyone. It depends on a number of different...

How This Couple Paid Off $50,000 of Debt in 11 Months By Living in a Camper

It wasn’t long ago that we were drowning in debt. If you are anything like we are, you probably went to college and you probably have some sort of vehicle loan if not a house loan on top of that. How did you acquire $50,000 in debt? What did that debt...

5 Surprising Student Loan Facts You Might Not Know

As you are probably aware, the student loan problem in the U.S is continuing to increase. As with any debt, it wasn’t always the norm for people to borrow money to attend college. It wasn’t until 1840 that the first student loans were available to...

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