Is Co-signing Right for You?

We have heard of someone needing a co-signer to get approved for a loan, but let’s take a look at what it means to be a co-signer.  A co-signer is someone who signs with a primary borrower in order to guarantee payment.   In essence, if the primary borrower fails to pay, the co-signer is agreeing that they will make the payment as originally agreed with the creditor.

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Easily Build Your Credit Score with Credit Cards

Credit cards are an excellent way to build up your credit.  It gives you an opportunity to prove to creditors that you will pay them back.  To put everything into perspective, people will be more likely to loan their money to a friend who always pays them back when they agreed to.  That is the basic principle behind your credit and what creditors are looking for.  Are you trustworthy and likely to repay?  Most credit cards start you out with small credit card limits until you establish your track record.  There are two key factors of managing your credit cards that help you build up your credit score the most.

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Streamline Your Money Management with Online Bill Pay

Today, everything we do is about keeping things quick, easy, and convenient. Sometimes when we focus on just convenience, we lose other benefits that keep us in control of doing what is most beneficial for us. We cannot talk about personal finance without talking about debt and financial obligations. One of the first steps in building wealth is learning how to manage our current income vs our debts.

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