Category Archives: Credit and Debt

An Introduction to Short Term Borrowing

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Seeing Red — How to Manage Personal Loan and Credit Card Debt

According to MSN Money, the average American household owes more than $6,700 on credit cards. Naturally, in the course of the year this can increase as the interest on the payments grows.>>> [Read More]

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Avoiding the burdens of debt: what could help you escape?

Anyone can find themselves in too deep when it comes to their finances. It can affect absolutely every facet of a person’s life, and given that inflation is high, utility bills are still rising and the cost of living grows by the day, it may be that an initial financial stumble turns into an economic snowball that cannot be tackled without specific, targeted action. So, with this in mind, here’s a quick guide to the tools and options at your disposal to get yourself out of the red and back in black.>>> [Read More]

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5 Ways to Get Your Credit Score Back on Track

Your credit score greatly influences your ability to qualify for loans and the APR of the loans that you do qualify for. By using the credit you currently have responsibly, you can help to improve your credit score. Additionally, you can take several corrective measures to get your credit score back on track.>>> [Read More]

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