Tweet Did you know that people who have an IVA (Individual Voluntary Agreement) are more likely to read the Sun newspaper? Did you know that people in Yorkshire are more likely to have an IVA? Did you know that an IVA is a debt solution agreement that is an alternative to bankruptcy? When debt mounts […]
Tweet The ubiquity of credit cards makes it easy to forget how remarkable they are. With just a swipe of your credit card, you can buy thousands of pounds worth of goods. Buying goods is nothing unusual, but what is unusual is that you buy the goods on credit. Credit, if you come down to […]
Tweet Dealing with your personal finances can be stressful and difficult. Once you get some background knowledge, however, you’ll be more prepared. Read on to discover the keys to getting on top of your personal finances.
Tweet It seems that there isn’t any shortage of this topic online. But there is a reason for this, people always want to know a quick way to make a buck. It’s always about money, money, money. After all, you are reading a personal finance blog for advice on saving, spending, making, banking, or investing […]
Tweet It is hard work that pays you with substantial income, and you invest that income for you and your family. About 90 percent of the world’s population is unaware of their annual investments and are unsure how much money they are utilizing and what amount of money is being wasted. You are in your […]
Tweet This post may seem a bit unusual for a personal finance blog, in fact it may seem like Money Is The Root has gone life coach on you! Let me reassure you that it’s still all about the money over here. However, I wanted to take this time to tell you, in a slightly […]
Tweet There is no doubt in my mind that the economy is slowly recovering, especially in the metro Detroit area. Yes, we have received a lot of bad publicity over the recent years, but the automakers are rebounding, corporations are expanding, and the housing market is beginning to right itself. That doesn’t mean that […]
Tweet Do you ever feel that you will never get your debts paid, get a new car, buy a house, or stop living from paycheck to paycheck? If so, you just need these motivational tips for sorting out your finances and saving money.
Tweet Most of us are use to the concept of a 10 year, 15 year, and 30 year mortgage. The number of years attached is the amount of time until our loan is supposed to be fully paid. The core demographic of these mortgage types are usually senior citizens, and people over the age of […]
Tweet In today’s economic climate, it’s not surprising to hear that more and more of us find ourselves in large amounts of debt. With rising prices across groceries and utilities, on top of regular payments on mortgages, cars and other essentials, it’s easy to lose control over your finances. The lack of job opportunities and […]