The best debt payoff visual printable that will help you succeed. When you are dealing with debt, it will feel like it will take forever to pay it off. You’ll hardly feel like you are making a dent on it, especially when you are endlessly paying the minimum payments just to stay afloat. As a […] Continue Reading The post 9 Best Customizable Debt Thermometer Printables To Inspire Your Debt Payoff Journey appeared first on […]
As regular readers know, I have been a rental property owner for the last eight and a half years. I bought my properties in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2012 and 2013 when there was still blood in the water from the real estate collapse and many people wanted out of real estate. I thought it might be a good time to begin investing in real estate. So I set up a lunch with a guy […]
THE ECONOMY IS recovering and the stock market has recovered. The pandemic isn’t over, but it seems we’re past the worst, at least in the U.S. Feeling better? Take a deep breath, take a step back—and think about the past two decades. Since early 2000, we’ve had three major stock market declines, or roughly one every decade: In 2000-02, the S&P 500 tumbled 49%, excluding dividends. The first leg down was triggered by the bursting […]
How to avoid college debt: 9 ways to avoid college debt altogether. Paying off debt is an accomplishment, but avoiding it completely is better. I finally paid off my student loan debt and my financial situation has never been better. Consequently, I have extra money in my budget that I don’t even know what to … The post How To Avoid College Debt appeared first on REVERSE THE CRUSH.
Because 35% of your credit score relates to paying your debts in a timely manner, becoming so late on payments that the account is charged off can have a significant negative impact on your score. It also looks bad to future creditors because it indicates you might not pay all your bills. Find out more about charge offs and how they affect your credit score. What Is a Charge Off? A charge off occurs when […]