Managing Your Debt
MONEY HACKS: Do You Have a Handle on Your Cash Flow?
Cash flow management is the building blocks of healthy finances and so we're taking a few minutes to explain what that means to you. We hope you enjoy the video below as Alex discusses the seven categories you'll need to manage to conquer your own cash flow. We get calls and questions all the time from employees, investors, savers, and people just planning for their future, so in these videos, we'll be answering those questions.
MONEY HACKS: Should You Pay Off Low-Interest Rate Debts First?
If you're in low-interest debt whether it's student loan or otherwise and you could potentially pay it off should you? Or should you take that money and invest it? We get calls and questions all the time from employees, investors, savers, and people just planning for their future, so in these videos, we'll be answering those questions. While there's no perfect solution to this question we hope you enjoy the video below as Alex talks about two solutions he'd suggest thinking about if you could pay off your low-interest rate debt today.
New Year's Resolutions: Toning Your Financial Health
It's that time of year when many people set goals in the hope of changing their lives in the year to come. Whatever your plans, you may want to add a few small financial changes to your resolution list to help you make the coming year even better.
Advisor Advice: Top Tips for Achieving Financial Success
Have you been trying to reduce your amount of spending, but find yourself struggling to actually save money long term? MoneyNav is conveniently breaking down our in-depth webinar presentations and giving you the advice you need to help with your financial future.
Top Five College Debt and Savings Resources
Everyone can agree, college is expensive. There’s no sugarcoating that; however, there are many resources and tools available that can help reduce the price tag. Whether it's for you or your kids, paying for education, while usually a great investment in yourself, is a costly undertaking and that can saddle you with steep payments and student loan debt for years to come.
Credit Card Considerations: 4 Things You Might Be Forgetting
Chances are you have been wooed by a credit card company at some point in your life. Whether through promises of amazing rewards, low-interest rates, or payment forgiveness, credit card companies will do almost anything to get your business. Plus, credit cards have become an everyday necessity for many people, as illustrated by the fact that the average U.S. household held over $15,000 in credit card debt in 2015.
Stress Less About Debt: Creative Ways to Master Student Loans
For many young people, graduating from college is one of the most important accomplishments achieved at this point in life, but it is also one of the most expensive. Even if you begin your path towards post-grad adulthood by working full-time, moving into your own place, paying bills, if you have student loans, chances are that a sizable chunk of your income goes towards paying them down.
Budgeting for College: Part Two - How to Pay Down Student Debt
Are you on the other side of school? Are you one of the 70% of students who graduated with an average of $28,400 in student loan debt? Have no fear – there are plenty of strategies you can put into effect to help get those loans paid off.
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