Debt

2018 has brought with it many changes for potential homeowners; not least amongst them the new tax bill. The cons seem to outweigh the pros until you are looking at renting versus buying from a purely mathematical perspective. There are considerations that can be overlooked, which would otherwise prompt more Americans to favor buying over… Read More


However, a report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition has concluded those who work full-time at minimum wage are unable to afford the rent for even a two bedroom apartment in the United States. Therefore, it may be time to check if the scales have been tipped in favor of buying for many Americans.… Read More


However, sometimes it’s how you balance your budget, rather than how much you have in your monthly budget that matters. There are a number of saving methods you can use, with some clever adjustments to your budget that will allow you to save for a down payment without over burdening you financially. You will, of… Read More


Those who are just barely getting by logically conclude that paying off debt is the highest priority after the basic needs are met. From an emotional standpoint, it may be exhilarating to know that you are free of debt, but there may be another alternative: investing. Could it be beneficial to simply manage your debts… Read More