Mr. Weinberg's insightful articles & real-world experience in handling all kinds of credit card & mortgage debt will put you on the path to financial success. Tips, Techniques, and proven methods for improving your situation.

Published On February 9th, 2016

Credit cards make purchases and paying your bills easier. Using a credit card is also a good way to boost your credit score. However, failing to properly manage your credit cards can lead to a lot of unnecessary expenses.

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Published On February 1st, 2016

Credit cards continue to be popular targets for hackers and thieves. However, companies are responding with new technology to keep your cards safe.

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Published On January 4th, 2016

Going back to school is a big decision, but it can be a viable solution if you want to increase your job opportunities and salary. It’s important to determine if going back to school makes good financial sense. It takes longer to earn back the cost of tuition and lost wages than you might think! Looking at the numbers will help you make a smart financial decision.

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Published On December 2nd, 2015

Have your adult children, friends, or other family members asked you to cosign a loan with them? Especially if this is their first loan, the financial institution is likely to ask them for a cosigner, such as their parents. However, cosigning a loan with anyone carries responsibilities.

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Published On November 18th, 2015

Millennials are less interested in money and finances that any previous generation. Even so, it’s still important for Millennials to take steps to avoid the common financial mistakes committed by younger folks. Placing too much emphasis on financial wealth can be a shallow way to live, but having financial challenges isn’t a lot of fun either.

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Published On November 12th, 2015
Getting married is a happy and exciting time. One of the issues that can quickly put a damper on the positive energy, though, is money. Financial issues can create a lot of stress and even animosity. Ideally, you’ve already had a lot of communication regarding your finances. If you haven’t, a little prevention isn’t a bad idea.
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Published On November 6th, 2015

Student loan debt is growing at a rapid rate. Too many students borrow as much as possible, and this can be a grave mistake. There are many ways to minimize your student debt and take control of your future. Avoid mortgaging the next 10+ years of your life to earn a college degree. You have options!

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Published On October 19th, 2015

Your 40s can be a challenging financial time. However, you can take steps to avoid the common money mistakes that create challenges with your personal finances.

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Published On October 14th, 2015

As you celebrate the new job, it’s important to ask several personal finance questions. Your new job presents new opportunities for financial growth.

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Published On August 24th, 2015

Everyone wishes they had started saving for retirement sooner. If you’re in this situation, the only way to catch up is to save more. Saving for retirement doesn’t have to be painful or challenging. There are many strategies to increase your savings each month without negatively affecting your lifestyle.

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