Category: debt


The Secrets Of Living A Debt Free Life.

Most people refuse to accept that it is possible to live a debt free life. Are they right? Possibly not. Millions of people worldwide are free from the shackles of debt. There is no reason to believe that you can’t be one of them. Just keep in mind the following things: – Learn to think […]


5 Ways to Wipe Out Your Credit Card Balances.

The following is a guest post from by Jordan E. Goodman with Bill Westrom, Authors of Master Your Debt: Slash Your Monthly Payments and Become Debt-Free. Now, you really want to pay off your balances once and for all, don’t you? Here’s all you need to know about that. In truth, paying off your balances […]


Poor Debt Management By UK Soccer Clubs.

The following is a guest post by My Two Dollars reader James Watson. Football in the UK (or “soccer” as the residents of the US know it!) has always been a lucrative business, and no more so than since 1992 with the introduction of the Premier League and the partnership with Sky TV. Since then […]


How To Make Sure Your Finances Are In Order For 2010.

Every January, thousands of Americans open their credit card statements to see the damages done over the holiday shopping season. (Not me – I no longer go crazy at Christmas like I used to.) According to a November 16th Gallup poll, Americans plan to spend an average of $638 on gifts this holiday season and […]


A Dream Will Lead You Out of Debt.

The processes and practices of getting our personal finances in order are simple to understand, but difficult to implement because they involve behavior changes. In the past something about how you were managing your finances was working for you – you were getting something beneficial from it or you would have been doing it differently. […]

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