Today we have an awesome guest post about credit from LaToya Irby. Make sure you check out her bio at the end of the post.
Your credit score isn’t something you use every day, but when you do need to use it, you need it to be in good shape. Building and maintaining a good credit score is much easier when you understand how it works and what does and doesn’t affect it. There is a lot of misinformation floating around the internet about what a credit score really is, what counts as good credit, and how people can improve their credit scores. Here are 9 things every responsible adult should know about their credit score.
Can you believe that it is already March? Time sure is flying this year! If you are like me, you may have made a vision board or list of goals for 2017. How is it going so far? If your goal was to save more money this year, you are in luck because I am going to break down 5 easy steps for you to save more money this year.
There are so many reasons that you might want to save more money this year. A few of them include:
Personally, one of my goals for 2017 is to increase my net worth. If you aren’t familiar with what net worth means, it is your total assets after subtracting all your liabilities. For example, add up your saving account, investment account, retirement accounts and other assets (like home/car/etc…). Then subtract all of your liabilities like any credit card debt, student loan debt,
Saving more money is the number one way that I am going to be able to increase my net worth. Check out these 6 steps that I am taking to save more money.