3-Step Approach to Household Debt Management

3-Step Approach to Household Debt Management

Debt is a universal problem, and something that continuously affects the person’s emotional health and quality of life. In the United States, the most common form of debt is credit card debt and it’s on the rise. According to one latest study of credit card debt among households, it was found out that the average credit card debt of a household is $15,355. And with an...

Posted on May 21, 2016Read More

Secure A Loan Even With Bad Credit

Secure A Loan Even With Bad Credit

What is bad credit? Bad credit defines a past failure to keep up with your credit agreements and the incapacity to get approved for new credit. It means you haven’t paid your past credit obligations on time, that’s if you’ve paid any of them at all. You may have had accounts sent to a collection agency, charged high balances, filed bankruptcy or had a vehicle...

Posted on February 02, 2015Read More

Buying A New Car? Personal Loan Or Dealer Finance?

Buying A New Car?  Personal Loan Or Dealer Finance?

It’s always exciting buying a new car. It is after all, probably the biggest purchase you’ll make after a house. But it’s smart to pull back a bit and not get carried away by the thrilling prospect of driving a car you’ve been dreaming of for months. It’s in the aspect of financing a car buy where you need to be prudent and careful so that you don’t suffer from...

Posted on January 13, 2015Read More

Quickest and Best Loans

Quickest and Best Loans

So you’re driving home from a long day at work and all of a sudden your car just doesn’t feel right. You think nothing of it and keep driving until your car starts making this funny noise coming from the rear of your car. You pull over to check and see that your rear tire is shredded. This tire isn’t salvageable and you don’t get paid until next week...

Posted on January 12, 2015Read More