One of my goals for My Financial Reviews is to highlight personal finance blogs and sites that I think can help you with your finances. This week Jim from Bargaineering shared his tips on having a richer life. Meeting Jim in person, I can tell you is absolutely a gentlemen and he loves to help others. [...]
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The internet has certainly had some far-reaching effects on many people’s lives. It has provided us with the ability to learn about just about anything and everything simply by searching for the information we seek. It has allowed us to be more efficient with shopping and with many work activities, too. Further, it has provided [...]
The exact formula is not given, but FICO has shared a few of the factors that they taken into account and how they weigh them. 35% Payment History 30% Amount Owed 15% Length of Credit History 10% New Credit 10% Types of Credit Source: MyFico Your credit score from each bureau is a number between 300-850 that each [...]
One of my goals for My Financial Reviews is to highlight personal finance blogs and sites that I think can help you with your finances. This week Barbara Friedberg took some time out of her busy schedule to discuss her personal finance site and her new book, How to Get Rich: Wealth Building for the Financially Illiterate. [...]
For some people, they are drowning in a sea of debt. If you are having a hard time getting your debt under control and you can’t keep yourself on your debt repayments (after numerous tries), then you may want to check out a debt management plan as a possibility. While you may use a debt management [...]
There are several reasons you should balance your checking account. Banks can make mistakes, both in your favor and to your financial detriment. Having a separate way to verify your account balance is a way to keep them on your toes. Simply using your ATM receipts can also be misleading. When you get your receipt, it’s simply a snapshot. It doesn’t [...]
The fiscal-cliff compromise brokered by Congress and the President has changed how investors, particularly those in the medical field, are taxed in various arenas. Capital gains, defined as the increase in value of investment or real estate assets at the time of sale, are now taxed at higher rates for virtually every investor. Several provisions [...]
I mentioned earlier this week that it’s possible to avoid a bad car loan when shopping for a car. Today I want to share how you can use ISeeCars to find a reliable used car within your budget. What to Look For in Your Next Car If you’re searching for your next car and want [...]
Last week I received an email from a woman who was looking at getting rid her car loan. Julie* shared her story with me and gave me permission to publish it. I currently have a $15,000, 6 year car loan for a 2011 Kia at an interest rate of 18%. I pay about $340 a month on [...]
We started a new hobby this week – homebrewing. We were looking for a productive hobby that both of us could enjoy together. Since my husband works in software development and I’m an online content manager, homebrewing offers us an activity that allowed us to try something different than our regular day to day routine. There [...]
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