Lots to cover in this week’s highlights, including Mark Zuckerberg’s trip to the Hill, and what is actually going to result from it. Plus, how a 72-year-old FIRE icon is reaching Millennials and inspiring them towards financial independence and early retirement. [Read more…]
Transferring your debt to a 0% interest balance transfer credit card seems like a no-brainer right?
You pay no interest for a promotional period of time so 100% of your payment will go to the principal.
It sounds like a win-win, but that’s not always the case.
To determine if transferring your debt to a balance transfer card makes sense for you, it’s helpful to know all the benefits and downsides or these popular cards.
We’ve put together this complete list of the pros and cons of balance transfer credit cards to help you decide if you should transfer your balance. [Read more…]
Are you struggling to pay your credit card debt? Perhaps you’re considering a balance transfer credit card to help you pay off your debt faster?
If so, you’re not alone. In fact, the average American household owes $6,194 in credit card debt and many are seeking strategies to reduce that number.
It may be tempting to transfer the balance on your credit cards to a no-interest balance transfer credit card. But should you?
Before you sign up for a new credit card, make sure you understand the ins-and-outs of these balance transfer cards so you can make an informed decision.
This morning, I was going through my email inbox and I read a message containing a marketing word that makes me cringe.
It makes me cringe so bad that for the last year, I’ve been unsubscribing from 90% of the email lists I’m on when I see this word.
It’s not a big deal in the grand scheme of things.
But when I see this word, I instinctively think “here we go again” and smash the unsubscribe button with cat-like reflexes. [Read more…]
Do you suffer from “Subscription Creep?” That’s the term for when you gradually accumulate many monthly subscriptions, including services you don’t even use anymore.
If this sounds like you, join the club.