Archive for February, 2019

I Want To Apply For A Credit Card, But I’m Nervous Any Tips For A First-Timer?

Written by Chris on . Posted in Auto loan application, Car loans, What is a checking account

You’re finally applying for a credit card. It’s both an exciting and scary thing.

On one hand you’re looking forward to the freedom that comes with credit card purchases. You’re not solely limited by the fraction of disposable income that comes with your check. On the other hand, credit card debt remains one of today’s biggest financial issues. That doesn’t even scratch the surface of whether or not you want to apply for a mortgage loan in the future! Before you open a checking account, it helps to take in a deep breath and think about all the pitfalls you’re going to avoid.

Try these tips on for size so you can enjoy the benefits, not the detriments, of your credit card.

Be Aware Of Today’s Massive Debt Problem

Debt is such a common story you likely have dealt with it yourself, even though this is your first time applying for a card. It’s estimated the United States is faced with a debt crisis in the trillions, only g

Finding a Loan that Fits Your Lifestyle or Business

Written by Chris on . Posted in Banking, Banks, Personal checking account

When you are a child, saving pennies in a piggy bank can be a delightful experience. But as you grow older, the concept of earning and saving money gets quite a bit more complex. And with the way that society places value on owning property, vehicles, businesses, and advanced degrees, it is not difficult to see where many people have trouble scraping together enough cash. This is, of course, where business loans and personal loans come in.

Getting your business off the ground
Ask anyone who has ever attempted to run a business about what it takes to keep a company afloat, and you will find out just how much time and effort gets poured into a good business. There is so much to consider and to handle when you are a business owner, and it can feel overwhelming at times. As you might imagine, one of the biggest stress factors in running a business stems from expenses. Of all businesses that fail, fully 82% of them do so as a result of cash flow issues. It