Five Tips to Get Out of Debt in the New Decade

Content Provided Courtesy of Greenpath Financial Wellness

If you made a New Year’s Resolution to get out of debt, today’s a big day. By mid-January, most resolutions have fizzled.

But — YOU can say, NOT TODAY. If you feel yourself slipping, take a minute for a pep talk, remind yourself that you can do this, and check out our post on goals that stick. Retool that resolution, and get back on the bandwagon, friend. Continue reading

It’s a Money Thing: How to Overcome ‘Credit Card Shyness’

News outlets and credit card companies are quick to label millennials as being credit card-shy. According to a recent survey, millennials apparently fear their credit card debt more than climate change, the threat of war and even death. It may sound like an overreaction, but the underlying trend is substantial: millennials are carrying fewer cards and have lower balances, compared to the previous generation of young adults.


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Utilizing Credit Card Balance Transfers to Pay Off Debt

A quick tip from Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®

If you started 2019 with the intention to get out of debt, you may be bothered to find that some credit card bills are still lingering.

Don’t panic! You can still get on track financially and more quickly eliminate debts. Consider getting rid of your high-rate cards by utilizing balance transfers to a card with a lower interest rate.

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