Three 2015 Resolutions To Enhance Your Financial Well-Being
Have you made any resolutions for 2015? Typical resolutions include ways to enhance your physical well-being, such as losing weight, getting in shape, or eating a more healthful diet. I'd like to recommend setting three goals for the new year that can enhance your financial well-being.
What Will You Do With The Old Devices You Replace?
Whenever you get a new electronic device such as a TV, smartphone, game console, computer, or tablet, what do you do with the old one?
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What's the Gimmick at Rent-to-Own Stores?
Have you ever seen a Rent-to-Own ad or commercial? If you haven't, here's an example: "No Credit Check! Rent-to-Own a 50-inch TV for $10 a Week!"
Tips for Improving Your Credit Score
Managing your personal finances in ways that enhance your creditworthiness is always smart, whether your credit is already good or could use some improvement. Adopting sound practices that enhance your credit score is a good place to start.
From the Archives:
Things You're Better Off Buying Second Hand
We all know the car example, right? Buy a brand new (regular) car off the dealership parking lot, and it loses about 20% of its value right away. How can that possibly be a good investment?
Who's Fighting For You?
Learn right here about consumer groups that tackle consumer issues for you. Each month, we'll feature a different group.
This month's featured consumer group:
Defend Your Dollars is the website of the Consumers Union Financial Services Campaign, where we support reforms to the financial marketplace to curb bad practices by banks and lenders.
- Banking By Smartphone or Tablet? Make Sure You Do It Safely.
- What Insurance Do You Need at Each Life Stage?
- Selecting a Contractor to do Home Repairs
- Enhancing Your Online Privacy and Protecting Your Personal Information
- Start an Emergency Fund or Pay Down Credit Card Debt
- Buying a Car? Rev Up Savings with a Credit Union Loan or Refi