Blog Ideas For Debt

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Standard Blog Post $78.75

Calculating Your Debt to Income Ratio

In both personal and small business accounting, it is critical to keep an eye on your debt to income ratio. This article will give a few simple tips for understanding and managing this ratio better.

Brianna J

Pennsylvania, United States

Customer Ratings 81
$13.8K Earned

Standard Blog Post $76.75

How to Have a Debt Free Christmas

Post will provide readers ways in which they can have a great Christmas without going into debt. Tips will include looking for clearance or Black Friday deals, using cash back rewards, and setting budgets per gift recipient.

Jocelyn G

Tennessee, United States

Customer Ratings 23
$1.32K Earned
97% Job Acceptance
100% Followed Guidelines
78% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $58.50

Statute of Limitations for Debt Collectors

I would explain the statutes of limitations for creditors and third-party debt collectors. Inform the consumer of his rights under the FCDRA and what action to take if a creditor violates the act. I would discuss various debts, such as contracts and credit card debt. I would explain the variations in state laws and lengths. In some states the statute of limitations is just three years, while in other states it can be as long as 15 years. I want to answer questions like: What actions reset the clock? How can a debt collector can extend the statute?

Customer Ratings 0
$217 Earned

Short Blog Post $82.50

How to Finance Your Business: Equity or Debt?

What's the best way to bring on new investors, debt or equity? Debt helps preserve your ownership share while selling equity leaves your cash flows free.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Standard Blog Post $100.00

Meet the Super-Savers: Frugality Has Some Hip New Heroes

Angst about student debt has encouraged a small, passionate subset of young adults to embrace "extreme" frugality as a route to financial independence. This article will highlight some online gurus of the movement and their philosophies about saving.

Elizabeth T

Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States

Customer Ratings 473
$69K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
92% Followed Guidelines
94% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $126.25

How to Establish Business Credit

Want to avoid having to personally guarantee your business's debts? Here's how you can establish business credit so that banks can stop looking at your personal credit.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Standard Blog Post $76.75

5 Tips to Creating a Cash Only Lifestyle

Contrary to popular belief, most Americans are not drowning in credit card debt (statistics say it's closer to 38%). As unthinkable as living - and thriving - without plastic might be, it is possible. Here are a few tips to get started.

Sullin J

Los Angeles, California, United States

Customer Ratings 171
$15.2K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
83% Followed Guidelines
76% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $95.00

6 Tips for Paying Off Your Student Loans

This post will give people tangible, actionable ways they can cut down their student loan debt. I'll explain the snowball and avalanche debt payoff methods, and other relevant tips.

Sam P

Dayton, Ohio, United States

Customer Ratings 129
$14.2K Earned

Standard Blog Post $77.50

International Monetary Fund Forecasts Strong Growth But Warns of Risks

A glance at World Economic Outlook for 2018, looking at a forecast of 3.9% globally this year and next, but with longterm risks due to overspending in the US, and high debt levels. I'll touch on international trade policies and per capita growth.

Mabh S

Leeds, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Standard Blog Post $76.75

5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Finances

To get rich, you have to live below your means. Here are 5 suggestions on improving your finances: 1. Find ways to earn more. 2. Reduce your biggest expenses (housing & transportation) 3. Consolidate/cut down debt 4. Start a budget 5. Save 10%

Anita E

Seguin, Texas, United States

Customer Ratings 29
$2.66K Earned
100% Job Acceptance
85% Followed Guidelines
69% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $76.75

Student Loans: Starting out Behind the Eight-Ball

Statistics show that a person's lifetime earning potential dramatically increases with a college degree in hand. Unfortunately, statistics also show that the cost of such a degree has become prohibitive for most without the help of some type of financial aid. In other words, students will need to dig a big debt-hole in order to make enough money to pay off that "initial" debt. For many, that can bring long-term ramifications. Is it worth it?

Lester Y

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$63 Earned

Standard Blog Post $76.75

How Spending, Saving, and Investing Habits Determine Class

In this article, I'll break down the general habits of the lower, middle, and upper class population to compare the differences of how they handle money. This is a popular topic addressed in just about every financial health book out there (in various ways) and it plays a key role in getting out of debt and gaining financial independence.

Sydney C

Sandpoint, Idaho, United States

Customer Ratings 12
$1.25K Earned
100% Job Acceptance
100% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $88.75

5 Financial Mistakes that Will Cost You Big

Sample intro: We may not all have a background in finance or accounting, but when it comes to personal finance, being informed can go a long way. Here are some of the most common financial errors most people make and how to avoid them. Sample topics: Not saving enough for retirement, not investing in company's 401K, not looking for employers who off student debt repayment benefits, etc.

Maria B

Laval, Québec, Canada

Customer Ratings 12
$1.72K Earned
100% Job Acceptance
86% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $70.00

Political Debates and the Workplace: Learn How to Unite Your Office

It comes as no surprise that politics have been a huge topic of discussion across the country since the latest election. Unfortunately, these heated debates often emerge in the workplace. This post will provide helpful and actionable advice for HR professionals who are plagued with political feuds.

Amber H

York, Pennsylvania, United States

Customer Ratings 182
$17.7K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
86% Followed Guidelines
80% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

Top destinations for SEO jobs

In a new study from Conductor, the research company identifies the best U.S. cities and countries for SEO careers. I want to do a lighter article talking about the results and the biggest shifts that have taken place since 2015.

James M

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Customer Ratings 17
$2.41K Earned
96% Job Acceptance
92% Followed Guidelines
92% Customer Happiness

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