I was an unemployed musician (read: bum) before running up big college debt.
There are a few things Trump supporters need to have clear.
In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, America’s money man Jordan Goodman shares insights on paying off our mortgages and credit card debit and saving for the future.
Whether by design or just because it is who you are, creating positive viral content can be exciting. But does it create long-term impact?
What is required to liberate us from the absolute stronghold the debt narrative has over our industrial global culture?
The world is much better than some people think.
Let there be light yes. But not without the shadow of debt.
Think student loans are worth the price? Alan Collinge, from Student Loan Justice, tells men how wrong that assumption really is.
Despite not getting an inheritance or winning the lottery, they were able to pay off six-figure debt using these tips. — As a writer interested in love and relationships, money woes are a well-established relationship killer. If you have large amounts of debt, you are not alone. From student loans to credit cards to unforeseen…
For many borrowers — particularly those with advanced degrees — a high debt is far from a crisis.
Forget a new house or car and forget Paris. What if we all had the freedom to enjoy just a few extra beers?
With student loan debt at an all-time high, it’s to discuss a better way to freedom. — American colleges and universities need to wake up and smell the coffee. Have you ever heard a person utter the phrase, “If I could just go back to school” or “If I just had a degree” I could be…
No one deserves a lifetime of debt.
TJ Trent says the pundits are wrong. College and debt do not destroy your life.
Living for the moment is great, until the finances catch up with you and the moment starts to suck because you owe a ton of debt.
10 issues you might be considering covering up — that she’ll eventually discover about you. ____ By Dennis Ryan Since everyone makes mistakes, we all have things in our past we’re not proud of. In some cases, maybe it’s more a question of aspects of our personality (very much in the present) that we’d rather…