Roadside Emergency

A roadside emergency can happen at any moment, but knowing how to safely respond can help you feel more prepared. Whether your tire goes flat, car battery dies or you forget to check your gas light before it hits “E”, here are five tips to help you prepare and stay safe when a roadside emergency happens to you. 1. Have the proper tools on hand. One of the easiest ways to prepare ahead of time for a roadside emergency is having an emergency kit in your vehicle. Pre-made kits are available to buy online and in store, or you can put together your own roadside emergency kit. Tailor your kit to the weather in your area, include items that suit you and your family and have multiple kits or back-u

Truth About Car Payments

“I’ll always have a car payment.”You’ve probably heard that comment before, right? Or if you’re honest, you might have even said it yourself—with a defeated, woe-is-me tone of voice. So, what’s the deal? Are car payments really just a way of life? Well, maybe—if you’re not thinking outside the box.When it comes to money, being normal means being broke. In this case, you want to be weird, and weird people don’t have car payments. You might be wondering, How exactly do you live without a car payment?That’s a great question. But before we get into that, let’s talk about how car payments work in the first place. Read More #Cars #Credit #Debt #DaveRamseyBlog #Finance

Living Without a Credit Score

Picture this: You’re on the hunt for a new-to-you car. You walk into the dealership only to hear Billy Bob say those dreaded few words: “Let me pull your credit report.” Sound familiar? Of course it does! Instead, picture yourself walking into that same dealership with your head held high, pockets full of cash. When Billy Bob mentions checking your credit, you respond confidently, “No need, I’m paying in cash.” Yeah, you are . . . because you’re living without credit. This “dream” can be your reality! Seriously, have you ever stopped to consider what life could look like if your major life decisions (and purchases) didn’t revolve around your credit score? How to Live Without Credit Buying a

What to Do If Your Identity Is Stolen

No one wakes up in the morning hoping to deal with a stolen identity. But it can happen to anyone and could mean personal details like your Social Security number or bank account are being used to do anything from going on shopping sprees to filing a tax return in your name. Getting everything back to the way it was can feel like a mountain to climb over the next several months. How do you even begin to put things straight? But you can get out of this mess and get back in control of your personal information. Here’s what you need to do: 1. Ask for a fraud alert to be placed on your credit account. If you discover you’ve been a victim of identity theft, contact one of the three main credit bu

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