Category: Personal Finance

Bankrupt? Will you Still Qualify For A Mortgage?

Bankrupt? Will you Still Qualify For A Mortgage?

In today’s world, no one can afford to buy a home without applying for some kind of loan in the form of a mortgage. Mortgages are controlled by various lending companies which can include...

Relief For Parents Of College Going Students

Relief For Parents Of College Going Students

An education loan is a form of financial aid that must be repaid, with interest. Student loans also provide a variety of deferment options and extended repayment terms. Student and graduate loans are becoming...

Top 10 Tools to Start Your Own Personal Finance Blog

Top 10 Tools to Start Your Own Personal Finance Blog

Personal finance blogging is a great way for both professionals and dabblers to share their personal knowledge with the world. With the right resources, just about anyone can be a successful personal finance blogger....

Financial Freedom to Relieve Stress.

Financial Freedom to Relieve Stress.

It is often a daunting task to manage your finances with all of the different and varying expenses that you can accrue today. From mortgages, credit card bills, car payments, there are many financial...

Moving into 2008: Do You Have A Financial Plan Ready?

Moving into 2008: Do You Have A Financial Plan Ready?

The best thing about the future is that it only comes one day at a time. And that might well be the best way to tackle 2008. This year is almost over and while...

Search, Compare & Select The Right Credit Card

Search, Compare & Select The Right Credit Card

Your first reaction when you hear discussion about Credit Cards and debt tells you that debt is bad and should be avoided. Well, credit cards or any type of debt are really just a...

Finding The Right Credit Card

Finding The Right Credit Card

Credit cards can be an excellent tool to help you manage your finances. But sometimes we make poor choices, or sometimes the events in life take us beyond our expectations and we are left...

Factors influencing your FICO score

Factors influencing your FICO score

Most lenders use FICO (Fair Isaac Corporation, they developed the FICO, a measure of credit risk, that are the most used credit users in the world) credit scores to get an objective measure of...

All that Glitters is, in fact, Gold

All that Glitters is, in fact, Gold

“All is not golde that glistereth.” Shakespeare is the best-known user of the idea. The original Shakespeare editions of The Merchant of Venice, 1596, have the line as all that glisters is not gold....