With living standards escalating, it goes without saying that these expenses will not get any easier over time, which makes saving for a rainy day necessary. But how and where do you start? Before you get lost in the maze or hit rock bottom financially, we share some expert financial advice to help you get started on the right track.
When the recession hit in 2008, Nevada got hit harder than most states. But Nevada’s job market continues to rise. Here is a list of 20 of the fastest-growing jobs in the state, some requiring no more than a high-school diploma or equivalent.
Eliminating debt accumulated during the time spent in college is the first priority for every fresh graduate, but not all of them approach this task with the right mindset. So we’ve provided some things to consider in choosing the right student loan repayment plan for you.
Paying down debt when you have high credit card interest rates is a struggle. The good news, though, is that you can negotiate credit card interest rates. If you can get a lower interest rate by a percentage point or two, it might save you a few hundreds of dollars annually. And you can accomplish that with just a single phone call.
If you are forced to settle your debts through bankruptcy, the state of Nevada offers several key benefits that might make a huge difference in the final count. Here are some facts about filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Nevada.
With every turn of the year, most people feel ready to start fresh again and make resolutions for self-improvement including with their personal finances. So here are some ideas you might find handy in your quest to save money, earn extra cash, and improve your financial well being in 2017.
So you had some debts in the past and weren’t exactly diligent in paying them on time. It happens. But now credit card companies keep turning you down. Fortunately, some credit card companies are more lenient than others and might still allow you to obtain one of their credit cards. Here are a few such options.
With the holidays just around the corner, most people are beginning to stress out about money. It is no wonder that credit card debt skyrockets during the holiday season. The good news is that, for this year, and hopefully many years to come, you no longer have to empty your bank account or stretch your budget to pay for the gifts you want to purchase or pay off your credit cards after you max them out with holiday spending. Here are some tips so you can earn some quick extra cash before Christmas.
When you need money, seeking a loan might be your best and perhaps only option. But choosing the right kind of a loan is essential. The seemingly small difference between various loans can make a huge impact on your finances, so learning the exact nature of each type of loan is a must if you’re thinking about a loan – even a short-term one. Title loans and payday loans are popular options today, so here is a quick overview that will help you decide which is best for you.
In today’s economy, it goes without saying that having a side hustle is much more than a hobby; it is a necessity. But, is there anything else that you can do to make some easy extra money besides having a yard sale, tutoring students, babysitting, walking dogs, waiting tables, and mowing lawns? Absolutely! Here are some smart ways to increase your revenue streams and help you boost your net worth, pay down debt or save enough money to finally fulfill that dream of yours.