Greetings everyone! It has been somewhat of a difficult week here at Casa Frugal. Aside from dealing with a nine month old baby who is teething and hating it, we have also been struggling with a big personal decision. Note: This post may contain affiliate links. I’ve written a lot on this blog […]READ MORE >>
5 Tips for Paying Off Student Loans Faster
Hi everyone! The following is a guest post by Allen Kors from Achieve Lending, the first ever search engine for education loans. Please join me in welcoming him to Color Me Frugal today! Paying off student loans, especially when the balances often total more than a year’s salary, can be a daunting task. For those […]READ MORE >>
4 Powerful Ways to Pay Off Your Debt Faster
Debt – a four-letter word dreaded by so many. Currently, the average household credit card debt (of those that carry a credit card) is over $15,000, according to CreditCards.com. This doesn’t account for car loans, student loans, personal loans or business loans, which we all know can massively contribute to our overall debt. Note: […]READ MORE >>
Debt is Not Forever!
Happy New Year everyone! I am happy to tell you that this year Color Me Frugal is participating in the Debt is Not Forever Movement. What is that, you ask? Well, this year dozens of bloggers are participating in a group effort to help people the world over get out of debt! We aim to […]READ MORE >>
ALL Debt is Risk, whether it is “Good” Debt or Not!
Over the last few years I’ve spent a lot of time pondering debt and whether there can ever really truly be a good kind of debt. Oh, I know a lot of people refer to things like student loans and mortgages as “good” debt, but how good is it really? I mean, wouldn’t it be […]READ MORE >>
How to Earn an A in Student Loan Repayment Options
Hi everyone! Please enjoy a guest post this week from DeAnna, who blogs over at Young & Free St. Louis. Student loans: It’s a curse word for many. I recently spoke with Colleen Henegan from Vantage Credit Union and she helped me break down the scary walls and understand the basics of repayment options. Colleen has […]READ MORE >>
A Nation of Well-Educated Debtors
Hi everyone! Please enjoy this guest post from Brad, who is a former financial analyst and Wall Street executive as well as a regular contributor to How to Save Money. The government of the United States is in league with US bankers to create a nation of well-educated debtors! Note: This post may […]READ MORE >>