Credit

3 Incredibly Easy Ways to Increase Your Credit Score

3 Incredibly Easy Ways to Increase Your Credit Score

Understanding your credit score can be complicated, but knowing how to improve it doesn’t have to be!

How to Create A Simple Loan Calculator In Excel

How to Create A Simple Loan Calculator In Excel

Today I’m going to show you how to build your own loan calculator in Excel using two different variations. Feel free to follow along as I walk you through the steps!

7 Reasons I Love Credit Karma

7 Reasons I Love Credit Karma

This is not a sponsored post – I repeat, this is not a sponsored post.  I just REALLY love Credit Karma! 

Choosing the Best Credit Card for Bad Credit

Choosing the Best Credit Card for Bad Credit

Choosing a credit card that benefits you can help you to get out of debt and improve your credit score, but this only works if you understand how to use it to your advantage.

Turning 30 on my Debt Free Journey

Turning 30 on my Debt Free Journey

While it’s easy to whine about turning another year older, I’ve chosen to take a different stance this year and celebrate my accomplishments rather than lament my woes. 

Credit Card Secrets

Credit Card Secrets

If you’re wondering how to make your credit cards work for you, it’s not through airline miles and bonus programs, but through a series of little-known facts about the world of credit cards that affect your credit score and your ability to get out of debt.

How ’bout Debt?

How ’bout Debt?

While it’s easy to turn a blind eye, I encourage anyone looking to improve their financial position to take a good, hard look at what makes up your debt.

Improve your Credit Score (without paying a dime)

Improve your Credit Score (without paying a dime)

Credit isn’t about paying things off as quickly as possible, it’s about showing that you can be trusted with other people’s money over time – but there are a few loopholes along the way that can help you out!

Credit 101

Credit 101

This is a story about how I didn’t know I had a credit card for 4 years. Yes, you read that right, and no, I’m not kidding.