Sometimes, it is easier said than done when resolving to save money. Some people don’t know where to start whereas others think they are making the right moves but are actually throwing more money down the drain. In this week’s blog, New Era Debt Solutions reveals the 5 ways you could be throwing money away without realizing it and what you can do to fix it.
Everyone makes mistakes but when it comes to your credit, even the smallest missteps can be expensive. The victim? Your credit score.
A credit score is a 3-digit representation of your overall creditworthiness. Although we don’t believe anyone should be reduced to a number, most lenders don’t see it this way. As you already know, having a good credit score is incredibly important, especially if you plan to apply for a loan – after all, your score can determine what rates you are qualified to receive.
But the good news is that even if you don’t have a great credit score, there are steps you can take to mitigate some of your bad credit history. You might not be able to change the past, but you can surely create a new future. New Era Debt Solutions shares a couple ways you can repair your credit score:
If you’re struggling with the burden of outstanding debt, you’re not alone. In 2015, studies found that the average American household carries about $130,922 in total debt.
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As a parent, you want the best for your child. You want to provide them safety, shelter and a foundation they can build on as they make their way in the world. That involves many areas, but one that is commonly overlooked is finances.