Do we have any real financial options or, will the consequences of the financial choices we’ve already made, lead to
A story from Samantha, a personal finance YouTuber and reader of my blog, on how she paid her car debt.
You probably have some debt – and that’s fine. You do however need a plan to pay off debt and here we offer two strategies to choose from, or use a combo.
It could be contentious, but it’s probably more important to set up an emergency fund than pay off outstanding debt. A reason not to pay off your debt.
Does it make financial sense to sell a car and to share one car as a couple? How would you go about doing the calculations for this?
A real story from a reader – unedited Mine started late 2014 when I just got a permanent job after
A real story from a reader! Unedited So the year was 2017 (I was 23 years old at the time),
Read Tumi’s debt story of how she got into 172k of consumer debt, her stress, and how she has now almost finished paying it off
I was recently asked about my own debt story and what the actual turning point for me was. It was
Is it better to save money or pay off debt? Debt is obviously expensive, but there is a great argument to be had to start an emergency fund
Listen to the Cape Talk radio interview about this post. There are so many fees, taxes and costs involved when
Credit cards are dangerous things as they make it far too easy to buy stuff that you don’t actually have