When you’re struggling with debt, it can affect the entire family. From having your wages garnished to possibly losing your home to foreclosure, it can be a tough pill to swallow when bills go unpaid and creditors start calling. However, your family’s financial situation could be solved by filing bankruptcy. Read on for more information about how to help your family and get back on track.
Posted by: Erik Clark
Best Personal Finance Apps
It seems today that there’s an app for everything. And that’s mostly true! For those of us with busy lives, it can be difficult to keep track of email, appointments, and even our more mundane tasks, like paying bills or managing our finances. The world of online banking, while overall accepted despite some security and…Read more
Posted by: Rob Cohen
Financial Planning for Beginners: What You Need to Know
Earlier this year, household debt balances in America rose to $12.73 trillion, the highest in our history. In fact, 73% of us die in debt. With this much debt, it’s hard for many people to reach long-term goals such as retirement savings, or shorter-term goals such as paying for a wedding. Many of us just wing…Read more
Posted by: Erik Clark
5 Tips for Spending — and Saving — During the Holidays
Every holiday season, millions of Americans head to the nearest shopping outlet, online or off, to spend hundreds of dollars on gifts for their friends and family. Nearly 3 in 4 Americans shop every Thanksgiving weekend, according to an annual survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF), to score deals on Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday,…Read more
Planning for Retirement: What Women Should Consider
Retirement is a luxury that requires some planning, and yet, only one-third of women think they are well prepared for retirement — and often they are not as well prepared as men. Let’s examine some of the reasons why women fail to prepare for retirement and look at what you can do to get ready…Read more
10 Statistics about US Medical Debt that Will Shock You
Medical debt is a big problem in the United States. For years, it’s been the No. 1 reason people file for bankruptcy — even though the more common assumption is that those struggling financially have been overspending in other areas of their life. Luckily, bankruptcy can be a helpful solution for a lot of people. It’s…Read more
Should I choose a college based on my parents’ income?
We all know college is expensive. But just how hard is it to pay off student loans? According to new information published by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), choosing the right school to attend can have a huge effect on your future — but not just on what type of job you might…Read more