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Have you ever consider how a poor credit score might affect your retirement' Minnesota retirees are thinking about it. Minnesota is number 5 on the top 10 States to retire to – which is very useful, as by 2020 there will be 21 people over 65 for every one person who is working age in […] The post How A Poor Credit Score Can Ruin Your Retirement appeared first on Debt ...
Posted: Mar 13 2018 @ 4:00 AM
This interview is the latest in a series of interviews with fellow personal finance bloggers. Today’s guest is Stephan from Bill In Captivity. Hi, I’m Stephan, and I love everything about finance and the markets. I eventually turned this passion into the motivation for a Ph.D. in Finance, and now I’m a finance professor. I […] The post Interview Series: Bull In Captivity appeared first on Debt Discipline. ...
Posted: Mar 06 2018 @ 5:00 AM
Paying off debt is one of the hardest things most people have to do. It takes a tremendous amount of self-discipline and goal setting to pay back massive amounts of debt- no matter the income. As many people can relate, there is usually too much month at the end of their money; so how in […] The post How to Pay Off Debt on a Low Income appeared first on Debt ...
Posted: Feb 27 2018 @ 5:00 AM
Over one million American students drop out of school every year – but is this a problem' Apparently so. Recent research found that college dropouts are not eligible for 90% of new jobs, and they tend to earn half as much as college graduates when they do find employment. This shows that there is a […] The post Is Education Important For Financial Success appeared first on Debt Discipline. ...
Posted: Feb 20 2018 @ 5:00 AM
Please enjoy this guest post. A few weeks ago, the Federal Reserve released a report stating Americans have the most outstanding revolving debt in history at $1.021 trillion. This substantial revolving debt consists mostly of credit card debt. According to the Federal Reserve, the annual growth rate of revolving credit is 4.9%. A reason for […] The post Credit Card Debt – How You Can Prevent It appeared first on Debt ...
Posted: Feb 13 2018 @ 5:00 AM
We take so many of our habits, both good and bad, from our parents. When thinking about your spending habits, consider how your parents might have influenced you. Did they give you a thorough education on how to handle your money' If not, how will you make a difference for your children' Here are some […] The post Teaching Your Kids Financial Discipline appeared first on Debt Discipline. ...
Posted: Feb 06 2018 @ 5:00 AM
Every mistake you make is a proof that you’re trying, but not every mistake should be taken lightly. Especially, when it’s a financial mistake, it’s impact can have a lasting effect for years to come. One of the essential processes to follow to achieve financial freedom is to make strategic money moves. And, it is […] The post Financial Mistakes to Avoid For Better Financial Future appeared first on Debt Discipline. ...
Posted: Jan 30 2018 @ 10:00 AM
Data Privacy Day is an international holiday that occurs every January 28. It began in the United States and Canada in January 2009 as an extension of the Data Protection Day celebration first in Europe in 2007. Data Protection Day commemorates January 28, 1981, signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing […] The post Data Privacy Day appeared first on Debt Discipline. ...
Posted: Jan 23 2018 @ 10:00 AM
I’m a little late to the goal setting for 2018. In fact, I’m not entirely sure I’m even ready just yet to set goals for this year. I’ve been reading Matt’s recent work over at Optimize Your Life on how to live a better life. It’s excellent. It got me thinking about my goal setting […] The post Goal Setting appeared first on Debt Discipline. ...
Posted: Jan 16 2018 @ 10:00 AM
Divorce is something no one wants to prepare for, but in some cases, it is the best decision for a couple. The steps you take before and during your divorce could help you maintain your financial health and your sanity. It’s rare for a divorce to come as a sudden surprise, so it’s essential to […] The post Financial Steps to Take Before Divorce appeared first on Debt Discipline. ...
Posted: Jan 04 2018 @ 9:15 AM


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