Making mortgage payments is part of life, but the idea of paying thousands of dollars for the next three decades can be crippling. Many people want to get it done as early as possible, as it is a huge burden lifted off your shoulders once you’re done. Following these hacks will certainly help with the payments:
study conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling found that about one in four U.S. adults – most of them between the ages of 18 and 34 – miss paying their bills on time.
While the study doesn’t go into details about
these individuals missed their payments, it’s a good bet that organization…or rather the lack of organization…played a part. why
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Whether it’s getting out of debt, cleaning up your credit, making more money or all of the above, the new year brings another opportunity for a fresh start at improving your financial situation.
To help you get started improving your home finances, take a look at what you’re doing to see if there’s room for improvement.
(Hint: We all have room for improvement somewhere).
Imagine what it would be like to have no monthly mortgage.
To have the freedom to use the money you would be sending to your lender for that dream vacation you’ve always wanted to take with the family.
Or to transform that cluttered kitchen into the envy of the neighborhood.
You can get away with an untidy house…sure you’ll waste some time looking for those car keys. But a lack of organization in your home finances is a recipe for disaster.
Not only is it stressful, but it can also cost you more money in terms of late bills and overdraft fees…(a/k/a money needlessly wasted.) Read More