Student Loan Reduction Strategies

It appears that I shocked a few people when I wrote about my thoughts on maxing out your student loans to get every penny that you can. Of course, there are the same arguments about other kinds of debt as well. I have received my fair share of email regarding my advice on the use of debt. Debt is a Tool. It is that simple. Loans, mortgages, credit cards etc.

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The Car Loan Treadmill

In a previous post I wrote about how I manage debt and how I believe that making payments on a car loan is the absolute worst financial move I could make. I also talked a little about how I use a credit card to manage my monthly cash flows and the advantages that I receive from it. Along these lines, I must convey a story about my brother that just

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A Quick Look At Insurance Plans

Life may have a few surprising twists and turns that can lead you up a financial spout; however, there are a few ways of keeping you, your family and your possessions protected against such mishaps.  Purchasing an insurance policy is a worthy investment.  Here are three basic types to think about. Car Insurance It is crucial that you act as a responsible driver and have the correct type of car

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