How many credit cards is too much? Many consumers are willing to find the right answer to this question.
The COVID-19 crisis all but crashed the global economy as a whole. There is an unprecedented spike in unemployment globally. Experts forecast that the situation is going to get worse before it gets better.
A couple of years ago my wife and I were sick and tired of paying our monthly car payment. We sat down in May to look at how we could pay off that loan.
This loan had just over $7,00 left on it and was not supposed to be paid off for another 18 months.
Even being one of the most expensive destinations for international students, the US keeps its popularity. Paying for college is tough for many families while the rising tuition costs make it even harder.
Based on the information reported to U.S. News in an annual survey, the average cost of tuition and fees in the 2020-2021 school year at public colleges reached $11,171 for state residents and $26,809 for out-of-state students, while the cost comprised $41,411 at private colleges.
Smart budgeting and spending are the top priorities for most college students today. So, let’s check some basic tips to save money in college.
Once you’ve filed your federal income taxes, you have time to wait until your refund comes from the IRS.
Of course, it takes some time, usually about a month.
Once your personal loan application is rejected “When can I apply again?” is the wrong question. Surprised?
It turns out if you don’t succeed at first, keeping applying, again and again, is the wrong way. And here’s the reason why.
With the advancement in technology, borrowing money you need could happen in a matter of minutes.
Often an empty-handed not financially savvy person is ready to give his personal information to get approved for that long awaiting loan. And when a loan company asks to complete a credit application for a fee, a person still might not identify a scam.
Until it’s late…