Posts Tagged ‘bills’

Saving money doesn’t have to mean huge budget changes or big sacrifices. Sometimes, just simple changes and modifications to your spending habits can really add up over the long term. Some of the following are easy ways you can begin saving money on your daily expenses: Eliminate the little things That morning coffee at your […]

Whether you’re going on a long trip or just a short getaway, it can be easy to overlook the financial aspects of your travels, especially once you’re already on vacation. Even just one vacation can wreak havoc on your credit if you aren’t careful, but the following tips can help you protect your credit the […]

Technology is a wonderful thing—it provides entertainment, assistance, and can even give consumers the opportunity to save money. If you haven’t already done so, the following are some ways you can save big bucks with technology: Phone calls With the latest technology, it’s not necessary to pay expensive long distance rates, or to eat into […]

If you want to buy something that you don’t have all the money for upfront, but don’t like the idea of using a credit card, one option to consider is layaway. Offered by many retailers, layaway allows someone to put an item on hold while they make payments over a designated time period. If you’re […]

Were you late with your most recent car insurance payment? Here’s what you need to know about missing a car insurance payment, and what steps to take next: Contact your insurance company The first thing you should do as soon as you realize you missed a payment is to contact your insurance company and explain […]

Whether you’re young and just establishing your credit for the first time or you’re bouncing back from a poor credit score, you’re probably wondering how you can easily establish good credit. Self-report Various websites and services (some are free, but others may charge a fee) will allow consumers to self-report their monthly payments to creditors. […]

Whether you’re young and just establishing your credit for the first time or you’re bouncing back from a poor credit score, you’re probably wondering how you can easily establish good credit. You’re not alone; according to CBNC, more than 50 million consumers in the US have no credit history. If you’re looking to slowly build […]

Knowing which items don’t show up on your credit report can help to give you a better understanding on which types of financial activities will influence your credit score. While there is plenty of activity that will show up on your credit report and affect your score, there are a lot of things that won’t. […]