Choosing Financial Freedom

Choosing Financial Freedom

  • Three Great Reasons To Get A Credit Card

    Getting a credit card is a great thing for someone who is mature enough with their spending to use it properly. There are so many great benefits that come along with credit cards that you don't get with a simple debit card. Here are three great reasons to get a credit card.  Help You To Build Credit  If you are looking to gain credit, then a credit card is an excellent way to do this.

  • Three Things To Bring To Your Tax Preparation Service As A Newly Self Employed Person

    Opening your own business means more than just a few changes to the way that you work. When tax season comes around, you will also have to deal with the tax differences for your self-employed taxes. Getting a tax preparer to help you with your new filing changes will make it easier to avoid mistakes. In order to prepare your taxes properly, you will need the standard information such as your business income and business losses.

  • 3 Things You Need To Know About Getting A Home Loan

    Getting a home loan might feel impossible to some people. If you are a first time home buyer then you are probably wondering what you can do to make sure that you get the loan without troubles. There are a couple things that you can do to improve your chances of getting a home loan. Here are some tips. 1. Don't Change Jobs Once you start the home loan process it is important that you stay in the same position at work.

  • Getting Out Of Credit Card Debt? 4 Ways To Save Money At The Same Time

    If you're tired of credit card debt and working on getting rid of it for good, you are probably focused on reducing the balances. However, it's also a good idea to work toward paying the least amount of money while you do so. Here are 4 tips for saving money while paying off your credit cards. Target High Rates To save money, you'll want to identify and pay off credit cards in the order of their interest rates.

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Choosing Financial Freedom

One day I realized that I might have a shopping addiction. Every single thing that came across my computer screen or that I saw in stores I felt like I just had to have. It was an overwhelming, ever-present need, and it was really difficult for me. I didn't know what to do about it, so I decided to work with a counselor to overcome my obsession. She referred me to a financial counselor, and it really helped. Within a few months, I was able to see my problem and stop purchasing things that I didn't need. This blog is all about choosing financial freedom.