If you are ready to graduate college or have just recently earned your diploma, you may be thinking about how to handle your student loan payments. Loan rates and costs are higher than ever, and a recent survey shows that students who graduated last year have about $37,000 in loan debt. If reducing your loan debt efficiently is one of your goals for the upcoming year, there are several strategies you can use to pay it off faster (unless you want to consider refinancing your student loans) without creating new or worsening debt. Continue reading “Strategies for Reducing Student Loan Debt in the Upcoming Year”
Trading stocks and shares through the use of professional online platforms represents a hobby for some and a full-time profession for others. Every journey begins with the first step and if you are considering a foray into this profitable domain, you likely have a number of questions. Let’s break things down a bit and highlight some of the main tips and tricks which should be adopted in order for your enjoy future success. Continue reading “A Newbies Guide To Share Trading”
Hello, and welcome to this weeks review. This is a truly enjoyable article to write each week because I think it’s important to follow as many personal finance blogs as possible in order to make informed decisions about your finances. Though personal finance bloggers are further down the road financially then others this doesn’t mean that you should follow every word they say, instead you should listen to many advisers, take in all the information and then make the best personal decision for you. Continue reading “Week In Review #8”
One of my goals for the blog to help me get out of debt. I’m using it as a way to “keep me honest” and on the right path. You are all my “accountability partners” as I don’t want to disappoint you.
So here are the step’s I’m actually taking to get out of debt, and I’m counting on all of you to keep me on this path, I need as many cheerleaders as possible.
Continue reading “My Debt Repayment Plan”