This ” Debt Reasons: Why You’re Still In Debt? ” post describes the reasons a person still is in a debt situation. Some of these reasons are easy to understand and some are the ones that people exactly know but fail to accept they exist. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This ” You’re Debt Free, What’s Next? ” is a guest post of mine that’s published over at Apathy Ends.
This “50+ Money Tips (for Making and Saving Money)” post contains money tips from some of my favorite personal finance bloggers. I thank them for providing these wonderful insights on how to make and save money. The contributors in this post include Matt of Distilled Dollar, Pamela of My Money Counts, Stefan of The Millennial Budget, Kumiko of The Budget Mom, and Rob of Money Nomad. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This ” What To Do When You Are You Behind With Your Bills? ” post details what the author did to get current or get ahead with paying his bills. This post is a personal story of the author.
This ” 10 Blog Posts To Improve Managing Your Finances ” post is a compilation of posts that I read and featured on The Practical Saver over the past couple of moths. Over the past couple of months, I have read posts and shared articles from the personal finance blog world that I believe would be beneficial to the readers.
This “ 10 Smart Moves To Do With Your Settlement Money” post describes some suggestions you can do if ever you receive structured settlements, cash settlements, bonuses, or others that don’t happen all the time.
This “ Get Graduate Degree Fast and Free From Debt ” post details what I steps I took to earn an MBA degree without taking out student loans or other types of debt. In this post, I also discuss the other ways that you can eliminate or minimize the need to get loans to finance your education.