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Three Steps to Take When You’re Drowning in Debt

No matter how overwhelming your debt might seem, there are three steps you can take to help you get back on track.

Getting debt under control is never simple, but these three steps are definitely worth considering if your monthly repayments are starting to overwhelm you. (Read)

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How Long Does It Really Take to Pay Off Student Loans?

Student debt is something that almost every college graduate in the U.S. has to deal with. The average student graduates with around $30,000 of debt and many are carrying much more.

While many people complain about student loan repayments, the majority of graduates actually think their degree is worth the debt they took on. (Read)

Unusual Ways to Boost Your Credit Score

There are various widely known ways to boost your credit score from making loan repayments on time to not exceeding your limit on any credit cards you may have.

Here are a few things you can do to increase your credit score, that you may not have considered. (Read or Listen)


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You may want to hire a financial coach or counselor if you feel you need to get your finances in order and learn to manage your money better. You’re not looking for specific investment advice, but rather to develop a skill set that will let you excel in the area of personal finance and money management. You may also feel you need the accountability that comes with hiring a financial coach or counselor, or that you need to change your mindset when it comes to money and wealth.

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