Millionaire or Bust header image

Getting Help With Managing Debt

January 25th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

Many people who are in debt try to solve the problem with a DIY approach, gradually reducing their spending and increasing the amount of debt repayment they are able to afford month by month. Gradually, and as long as they don’t run into too many major obstacles along the way, the debts reduce and they […]

[Read more →]

Tags:

Top Tips for Getting out of Debt

October 22nd, 2012 · blog, Guest Post

Debt can build up over the course of your life, and if you don’t take action to do something about it, it can become overwhelming. Thousands of people live their lives in the red, and if you’re one of them, it’s in your interests to regain control of your finances before it’s too late. Here […]

[Read more →]

Tags:

Why School Loans Are Still a Must

June 12th, 2012 · blog, Guest Post

With the weak job market and downtrodden economy, many students are becoming wary of taking on student loans. They see what has happened to fellow students who have borrowed thousands of dollars and are now unable to find work in their field. They are right to be cautious, but student loans can still be a […]

[Read more →]

Tags: ·

Make a Money-Saving Start to 2011

January 22nd, 2011 · blog, Guest Post

This guest post is brought to you by Melanie Taylor, a debt expert from financial solutions company Think Money. Melanie has worked in financial services since 1993. 2010 saw an ongoing worldwide financial crisis – businesses going bust, countries struggling to control their debt levels and a large number of people finding their finances very […]

[Read more →]

Tags: ·

MOB #57 – News, Debt, Emergency Funds & Contingency Plans

October 20th, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we start off the show by discussing some economic indicators, including the price of oil, interbank lending rates, consumer confidence and jobless rates.

[Read more →]

Tags: ····