Tag: Debt

Buying a House? Improve Your Credit Score FirstThere’s not an easy answer to the question, “What credit score do I need to buy a house?”To buy a house, you need to borrow money from a lender, and that lender wants to make sure tha ...
When Jackie, at the Debt Myth emailed and asked me to participate in the #debtisnotforever initiative, I had to pause. I live debt free and have never taken had a “debt problem,” The only debt I currently have is our 15 year home mortgage ...
Take These Steps Before You Buy a HomeSo you’re thinking of buying a home in Texas—congratulations! Between Texas mortgage payment calculators, reality agreements, and FICO scores, there is a host of information to process as you make your home owne ...
Basic Savings Strategy-Perfect Approach to Build Long-Term WealthBy staff columnist,  Alexandra DeluiseThere are few things I enjoy in this world more than pie. Aside from being really delicious, pie also serves as a great guideline when designing ...
Start Wealth Building Habits NowGuest contributor; Anton Ivanov College graduation is fun and exciting. New grads are finally done with their education and are eager to embrace new opportunities. But graduation can be a very stressful time as well. ...
Retirement Planning Action Tips for TodayYou’ve hit the big 5-0 and the reality that you’re not going to work forever sinks in. If you’re like most Americans, your retirement account is on the lean side. A recent Economic Policy Institute article re ...
Financial Spring Cleaning How to with Gloria Martinez, founder, WomenLed.orgWinter’s giving way to spring and warmer weather, which means the holidays and tax season are in the rear view mirror. It’s time to look ahead to vacation and all the activi ...
Funding For Your Home – From Traditional Tactics to Shared Equity and Alternative Home Financing Regardless of where you live, if you don’t have a $50,000, $75,000 or more for a down payment, there are shared equity and other programs to help. ...
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