3 Simple Ways to Make Ends Meet As A Student

If you were ever to meet a rich college student, you’d probably assume that they’re a trust fund baby because “rich” and “college student” are two terms that are not synonymous with one another. Much of the time college students are struggling to make ends meet. Paying tuition, paying room and board, paying for food, a car, clothing, and all of life’s other necessities seems nearly impossible. Many people just accept the fact that they’re going to accumulate debt over their college career, and they live day to day ignoring the massive sum building on their credit card.   Contine reading

Business Funding Specializing in Bad Credit Loans

Bad credit can cripple a growing business as traditional lenders turn away good businesses that have had a little bad luck. But business owners no longer have to beg banks for loans.  A new study shows that only 25 percent of new merchants seek out traditional financing. Instead, many merchants seek out more efficient and less restrictive sources of bad credit business loans. The following are a few popular sources of alternative lenders. Contine reading

A Loan That Gives You The Affordability You Need

The recent downturns in the economy have left thousands of people finding it more difficult to borrow money. As banks and other traditional forms of borrowing have become more strict with their lending policies, people are looking for other ways to borrow, and logbook loans are fast becoming one of the most popular. So, compared to a standard bank loan, could a logbook loan offer the affordability you need?  Contine reading

3 Big Practices That Kill Your Credit

Credit is a topic that people should really understand in detail, but it somehow stays a subject that is taboo to mention, especially if your credit is poor. Credit can be such a commodity to everybody, but if you don’t know how to manage your credit and you have no idea how to build it up, you’re stuck with poor numbers that affect everything that you want to do in life that pertains to finances. Want to buy a car? What’s your credit like? Want to purchase a house? What’s your credit like? Want to start a business? If your credit score is low or nonexistent, good luck with that. If you have to repair your credit, you’re in for a long road… Contine reading