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AmOne’s Top 5 Articles of 2012

The last day of the year is one where you can look back on what you have accomplished; discover which posts of 2012 in AmOne's blog were the most popular.
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By AmOne
Updated on: November 11th, 2022

year 2012 sign The last day of the year is one where you can reflect and look back on what you have accomplished and look forward to accomplishing this coming year. We decided to take some time out to reflect on the past year and what blogs our readers have enjoyed the most. Here are AmOne’s five most popular blogs of 2012.

What is Peer-to-Peer Lending?

Anyone who is looking to borrow money knows how difficult it can be to turn to friends and family, peer to peer lending might be the next best option. Find out how it works and if it might be the lending option you have been looking for.

How to Get a High Credit Score

When it comes to credit scores many assumptions can be made about those with high or low scores. The average American credit score is in the 700 range and about 18 percent of Americans had a score over 800 in 2011.Learn the highly effective traits of high credit score achievers.

What is the Snowball Method?

Would you snowball your debt? It sounds like a fanciful term, but it’s a powerful method to help manage your debt. The debt-snowball method, popularized by finance author Dave Ramsey, is a form of debt management usually used in repaying credit card debt. Find out how to snowball your way into being debt-free.

How To: Shop Around for a Loan

When you’re looking to make a big purchase and need a loan you usually don’t want to settle on the first offer. After all, you want the best deal you can get which includes a good interest rate. Shopping around for a loan might be something to think about, but how does it impact your credit score?

6 Things That Do Not Hurt Your Credit Score

Your credit score comes in handy for loan applications, credit card applications, buying for a home, and sometimes even applying for a job. When you’re trying to either fix your credit or work on building your credit it is very easy to get confused about what can and cannot affect your credit score.

We look forward to bringing you even more motivational and informative articles in 2013.