Consumer Debt Continues to Decline

In the third quarter of 2012, consumer debt fell to just under $11 trillion. While the number is still large, it does still show a continued decrease over the past year. Current debt is 2.26 percent lower than it was in 2011 during the same quarter. To mark the difference, total debt is down by […]

3 Other Ways to Celebrate Post-Thanksgiving

Although Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time of thanks many retailers have kicked tradition to the curb and will open their doors at midnight on Thanksgiving night. Depending on who you talk to, people are either excited or outraged about the changes. No matter if you’re participating in the shopping extravaganza or not you […]

What You Need to Do To Get Out of Debt

When it comes to getting out of debt most people believe that making enough money will be their ticket to freedom. Unfortunately, and as many of you know, money doesn’t grow on trees and unless you win the lottery you’re stuck paying off your debt the old fashioned way. If you have assessed your debt, […]

3 Simple Ways to Start Repairing Your Credit

Credit repair is important to many people for many different reasons. Maybe you’re looking to buy a new home, open up a small business, or are tired of high interest rate credit cards. Repairing your credit can help those consumers who are looking for financial freedom. The reality is that credit repair can happen in […]