Posts Tagged "debt"

Audio: Experian Etc. with Deacon Hayes

Mounting debt is a scary idea – and a dangerous one if you’re not keeping close tabs on it. If debt is a real ‘four-letter’ word for you, it might be time to face your fears and master your debt with a plan. Listen in to learn how Deacon Hayes did just that. Learn from […]

Audio: Experian Etc. with Brad Lawler

Using the power of mobile to put something so many people find daunting – investing – into your pocket is something special. People often think of investing as something that they have to carve out time for. But that approach can all change when you can take your portfolio options on the go in an […]

Audio: Experian Etc. with Mandi Woodruff

If you’ve ever felt like some (or most, or all) of a financial conversation just doesn’t relate to problems that you’re having, you’re not alone – finance and financial solutions are deeply personal, and relate more to who we are than we might think. When it feels like what’s being said doesn’t relate to you, […]

Audio: Experian Etc. with Reeta Wolfsohn

What is it that drives our relationship with money? And how much can that dictate our approach to not just spending or saving, but caring whether we manage our money well or not? Author Reeta Wolfsohn has been investigating for years, and what she’s uncovered might just surprise you. Discover the why behind how we […]

Audio: Experian Etc. with Toni Husbands

Is debt a four-letter word for you? When it’s growing quickly, or if it’s already gotten out of hand, it can be traumatic to think about – but you might just need some inspiration to recall that success is only a plan away. Toni Husbands of DebtFreeDivas joins us to share her story of paying […]

Audio: Rising Interest Rates and You

When the Federal Reserve announces changes to interest rates, the news casts a long shadow. Just how could this recent adjustment impact you and your financial profile? There’s several ways the news can make a change in what to expect – as well as the likelihood of other changes that might be triggered by the […]

Audio: Experian Etc. with Emma Johnson

Taking on the challenge of single parenthood might seem like a perfect recipe for getting in over your head financially. How do people do it? Listen in for success strategies from blogger Emma Johnson of WealthySingleMommy.com to see how she helps others find good role models for their financial journey when they have a little […]

What Does the Fed’s Rate Hike Mean For You?

A Federal interest rate change always triggers alarming news from far-reaching quarters, but is it really a big deal for you? At least part of the noise you’ll hear surrounding those announcements comes from opportunistic brokers and others looking to capture some prospect of business from you. The recent rate hike from the Federal Reserve […]

Audio: Experian Etc. with J.D. Roth

Learning how to get smart about an investment strategy can be a challenge, but we often make it harder on ourselves than it needs to be. When you’re short on time and trying to get your money to do more than just sit there, it can be frustrating to know where to begin, especially if […]

Audio: Experian Etc. with Barbara Friedberg

It’s no secret that some people are skittish about investing. But as personal finance expert and university professor Barbara Friedberg explains, leaving investing out of your overall financial picture is literally leaving money on the table – money that can help make the difference in your golden years, especially. Discover why starting out with investing […]