There’s nothing wrong with buying a move-in-ready home. That’s convenient. Buying a fixer-upper, that’s another story. If you’re really considering a fixer-upper, you may find yourself playing the pro and con game, and, much to your surprise, you may find that the pros outweigh the cons. Before investing in a fixer-upper, you should really ask  [ Read More ]

For many people, getting out of debt can be a lifelong endeavor. More often than not, those who accrued debts throughout their lives end up owing money even after they’re dead and gone. Whether it’s to the government, a bank or the student loan department, paying up, either on time or not, is quite difficult.  [ Read More ]

One of the major problems you might associate with banks is the hassle of actually visiting the bank. For a person who really has little time and a full-time job, it can be hard to make it to a branch location during the week. The last thing you probably want to do is go to  [ Read More ]

College is a time when students often rack up loans, work part time, and try to save money. However, the desire to live a little and buy fun things can make saving difficult. Students also start thinking about building credit so they can make important purchases such as a house or vehicle after graduation. The  [ Read More ]