Ka Ching — Shania Twain

January 27, 2019 Jonathan Archer

We live in a greedy little worldThat teaches every little boy and girlTo earn as much as they can possiblyThen turn around and spend it foolishlyWe’ve created us a credit card messWe spend the money that we don’t possessOur religion [ . . . ]

Six Common Foreclosure Mistakes

January 24, 2019 Brian V. Lee

If your mortgage lender commences foreclosure proceedings, educate yourself about the process so you can chart the best way forward for you. You have options — but do your best to avoid the most common foreclosure mistakes. Believing that once [ . . . ]

High Hopes — Panic! At The Disco

January 13, 2019 Brian V. Lee

Had to have high, high hopes for a livingShooting for the starsWhen I couldn’t make a killingDidn’t have a dime, but I always had a visionAlways had high, high hopes Had to have high, high hopes for a livingDidn’t know [ . . . ]

Pay Down Debt While Saving for Retirement

January 11, 2019 LaTashia Williams

For many people, debt is the main factor preventing us from achieving our financial goals – without even including retirement savings. However, retirement cannot be left out if we are to be able to retire comfortably and securely when the [ . . . ]

Will Unpaid Student Loans Affect My Credit Score?

January 8, 2019 Brian V. Lee

Total student loan debt in the U.S. has reached $1.5 trillion, and the average student borrower graduates with nearly $40,000 in student loans. The number of college students taking out loans has tripled in just the last decade. Yet most [ . . . ]

Can I Have My Money Back? — Gerry Rafferty

January 6, 2019 Brian V. Lee

Can I have my money back, money back, money backCan I have my money back, please sirI don’t hear what you’re sayin’, don’t care what you’re doin’Can I have my money back, money back, money backCan I have my money [ . . . ]