FINANCIAL LITERACY LESSONS: “GOOD” DEBT VS “BAD” DEBT

WHAT IS DEBT? The money you owe another person or a business. "GOOD" DEBT Money owed for things that can help build wealth or increase income over time. Example: student loans, mortgages, business loans "BAD" DEBT Money borrowed to purchase a depreciating asset Example: cars, high interest credit cards Book Recommendation: The Psychology of Money: … Continue reading FINANCIAL LITERACY LESSONS: “GOOD” DEBT VS “BAD” DEBT

Financial Literacy 101

Updated Daily The more liquid your assets, the more financial flexibility you have. FICO scores range from 300 to 850, and the higher the score, the better the terms you may receive on your next loan or credit card. People with scores below 650 may have a harder time securing credit at a favorable interest … Continue reading Financial Literacy 101