Articles on Debt

My greatest money fear: To be a HENRY

My greatest money fear from the get go, has been to be a HENRY. I didn’t even know this acronym at all existed, but HENRY […]

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People know f$&@! all about credit and credit scores

I am completely flabbergasted, but not shocked at how little people know about credit cards, credit scores and so on. The misconceptions of what cards […]

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I hate the “Helpless Victim/Maiden” routine

Now I am going to be pretty blunt in this post so… be forewarned. OK… so this is unrelated to personal finance, but then it […]

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Should you save more money in retirement or clear your mortgage?

Reader JW was wondering if clearing a mortgage or investing the money instead makes more sense. This age-old question also applies to if you are […]

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No one in debt in a relationship can claim to be completely blameless…

I am talking about shows on debt and just stories in general I hear about debt and finances…

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Use your credit card as an emergency fund

Your credit card can be your emergency fund if you’re heavily in debt. Why not?

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In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: How much is the Royal Family Worth?

Love reading net worth posts because I’m nosy AF so these Royal Family ones are really juicy. I am not under any illusion that they […]

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What is the average non-mortgage debt of Canadians?

This Canadian debt post only deals with NON-MORTGAGE DEBT. If you are interested in MORTGAGE debt versus net worth, you can check out my post […]

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In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: I was a luxury fashion reporter with $100K in debt

…and whether or not timing is everything in catching a man when he is ‘good and ready’ for marriage. LOL.

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