Category: debt


Why You Should Never Ignore Your Credit Card Debt.

For those of you carrying around credit card debt and are feeling the weight of the world bearing down on you, please heed this advice if you don’t listen to anything else: Never run away from your credit card debt. By run away, I mean completely pretend it doesn’t exist, stop making payments, hide from […]


Holy Moly Now These Are Some Carnivals!

Both the Carnival of Debt Reduction and the Carnival of Personal Finance came out today, so if you have not checked out either one of them, you might want to get started right away. There is a ton of valuable information at both carnivals, so be sure to set aside some time to read through […]


Having Debt Does Not Make You A Bad Person.

Two days ago, I received an email from a reader complaining about being in debt, feeling trapped by it, and feeling like a failure because his (or her?) friends are buying houses and are able to afford new cars. They felt really bad that they could not give their family the type of life that […]


Favorite Blog Wednesday – The Habits Of Zen.

The 12th personal finance site in my series “Favorite Blog Wednesday” is Zen Habits, written by my friend Leo. Leo started blogging not that long ago, but already has tens of thousands of visitors a day along with over 4,000 RSS subscribers. That’s quite an accomplishment in such a short amount of time! Zen Habits […]


It’s The Mortgage Industry’s Fault For Low Sales At GM.

At least thats what GM’s Bob Lutz seems to think. I generally think its their lack of interesting cars, bad design, poor fuel economy and better competitors, but that’s just me. Sure, people are having trouble paying their mortgages lately, but I bet the drops in auto sales are not as significant at Honda and […]

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