Why Is Debt Management Geared Towards Higher Incomes?
- Monday, August 6, 2007
Everytime I look for guidance on this issue all of the articles and advice is based on incomes above poverty levels. I would like sound advice for a single income household with a yearly income of less than USD25,000. We have debt too and would read more...
Mutual Fund Review: Fidelity Floating Rate High Income
- Friday, March 23, 2007
Are you looking to add some fixed income to your portfolio? Unhappy with bond volatility? You may want to look into a fund that focuses on floating rate bank loans. Today we take a look at the Fidelity Floating Rate High Income Fund (FFRHX). While a read more...
Lower Credit Card Rate? Coming Right Up
- by Anthony Samuel
If you use your credit card often, like most of us, you are always on the look out for lower interest rates. You want to see more of a reduction in your actual credit card balance, rather than so much of your hard earned cash going directly towards...moreGetting A Handle On Your Bills With A Debt Consolidation Loan
- by Victor Bran
If you find yourself overwhelmed in debt, or are considering applying for a mortgage but your debt to income ratio is too high, it may be time to consider a debt consolidation loan. Qualified mortgage companies, such as ...moreWhat Is A No Doc Or Low Doc Home Loan?
- by Steve Szasz
A "Lo Doc" or sometimes call "Lo Doc Home loan" are mortgage or home loans where documentation for verification of your income is not required. However, all other documentation is.
These loans are ideally suited to self-employed, independent...more