Money Tactics: The “Avalanche” Approach
You’ve heard about the snowball approach to paying off debt, but what about the “avalanche” debt payoff strategy? Read on to learn more.
Money Tactics: The “Snowball” Approach
One method of paying down numerous debt balances is called the “snowball” approach. Here’s what it is, and how it works.
Money Tactics: Credit Card Fasting
Trying to get your spending and debt under control? You may want to try credit card fasting, which might help you reach your goals.
Don’t Miss This Critical 401(k) Change
Recent changes under the Secure Act 2.0 have altered the rules around 401(k) contributions. If you have student loan debt, read on!
3 Reasons to Avoid Buy-Now-Pay-Later Programs
Buy-now-pay-later programs sound like a great deal, but consumers should know that they can lead to a debt trap.
Buy Now, Pay Later: 4 Things to Consider Before Make a Purchase
You’ve likely come across a “buy now pay later” option when making a purchase. Is it a good idea to use it, though?
How Do You Start Building Credit?
Building your credit is important to your financial future. But how do you get started? We explain a good route.
Should You Cancel an Old Credit Card?
When should you cancel a credit card? Should you at all? Here’s what to consider before making the call.
5 Questions to Ask About Your First Credit Card
What new credit card users should know before using their credit cards.
Why the Fed is Set to Raise Interest Rates to Slow Inflation
The Federal Reserve is set to raise interest rates to combat inflation. This is how, and why, they’re doing it.