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How Much Did I Hurt My Credit Score Over the Holidays?

You can admit it … you leaned on your credit cards pretty heavily over the holidays, didn’t you?  Presents, hotels, restaurants, and gas for your car put a hefty dent into your credit limits. Now that your credit cards aren’t smoking from the constant swiping any longer, how do you go about determining just how

5 Money Management Tips That Could Change Your Life in 2015

We all juggle a myriad of budgetary details and obligations. Anyone who is fortunate enough to enjoy some financial success must also bear the burden of greater complexity in planning how to best use it. Money management is not a pastime of just the top 1%. Indeed, the less resources a person has, the more

Links We Love: The Trouble With Holiday Spending Expectations

Taking a look at the best personal finance tips and advice from others around the web! This week we’re highlighting the trouble with holiday spending expectations, things the craziest Christmas fanatics do, 98 of the best things in life money can’t buy, the key to achieving your gals this year … and more!  — The

Understanding Your Debt Collection Rights: What Debt Collectors Can and Cannot Do

Life has a way of throwing curve-balls when we least expect it. Whether it’s a job loss, a medical emergency, a divorce, etc., these catastrophic life events not only wreak havoc on our physical and emotional welling, but it can often have a drastic affect on our financial lives, causing many to struggle to pay

Your 2014 End of Year Credit Checklist

It’s the end of the year and you’re probably focused on Christmas shopping, New Years Eve plans, and where your family is going to stay when they’re in town visiting. But, among all of the holiday chaos it’s important to recognize that you may have a few more things to do before year’s end to

‘Tis the Season for Spending (Infographic)

When it comes to holiday spending, many often lose track of just how much their shopping sprees can add up to—over 600 billion (with a B!) was spent on the holidays alone last year, and that number is steadily on the rise. The following guide breaks down just how much consumers are spending on holiday

Links We Love: Defining Financial Values (with a Guide to Determine Yours)

Taking a look at the best personal finance tips and advice from others around the web! This week we’re highlighting a deep dive into defining financial values — with a template to help you determine yours, the five types of people who never retire, better ways to spend your time on Black Friday, three tips to