Personal Finance Tips

Every day you make important decisions about you spend your well-earned cash. Some decisions are small and some are large. But they all have an impact on your overall financial health. Our personal finance section will show you how to plan a budget, point out ways to better manage your money, and offer helpful suggestions on getting out of debt.

Saving Money

Little changes can bring about big results. Learn how to avoid the most common money wasters and start watching your savings grow.

Learning to Budget

It is virtually impossible to be financially secure without having a budget. Find out how to make a realistic one that will help you reach your financial goals.

Credit Tips

No matter what type of credit you apply for, any time you borrow money, it has to be paid back. Learn the facts about credit and how you can avoid becoming overwhelmed with debt.

Debt Help

If you are having serious financial problems, there is help available. Find out what to do when you can’t pay your bills and don’t know where to turn.

Retirement Planning

If you are like many people, retirement seems so far in the future that you don’t give it a second thought. But the truth is, the earlier you start planning and saving for retirement, the better off you will be.

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Making Good Financial Decisions

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When to Consider Bankruptcy

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Understanding Subprime Lending

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Beware of costly debt traps

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Credit Card Mistakes You Should Avoid

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How To Be A Savvy Borrower

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Simple Ways to Reduce Your Monthly Expenses

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The Importance of Saving

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