Constructing a debt repayment plan is the single strongest step to take to achieve freedom from debt, according to Hamm.
In February, the price of residential properties in Hong Kong increased a notable 2.05 percent since January and climbed 5.96 percent above the level seen in February 2011.
Most Greeks are probably not very happy to have witnessed the far-right Golden Dawn party take as much of the Greek electorate as they did this weekend. But despite the party's relatively low polling numbers, the rise of the anti-immigration, nationalistic party is troubling news.
The elections in France and Greece won't bode well for economic recovery in Europe, according to Karlsson.
Credit cards offer zero-percent balance transfer with no transfer fees to new customers. Zero-percent credit cards are a good deal, if consumers make sure they stay out of debt.
Despite its sluggishness, the US economy is growing while Europe's is contracting. A rising number of policymakers blame Europe's austerity moves.
Friday’s jobs report for April was even more disappointing than March. This is bad news for millions of Americans.
Two economists, a tax historian, and a philosopher debated what a 'fair' tax code means at an Urban Institute panel this week.
The unemployment rate for April was 8.1 percent, the lowest rate since President Obama took office. But the unemployment rate is falling for all the wrong reasons.
In April, 'total unemployment' including all marginally attached workers went flat at 14.5 percent while the traditionally reported unemployment rate declined slightly to 8.1 percent.
All too often, debt is an unbreakable cycle. Splurging after getting debt under control only continues that cycle.
Initial jobless claims declined to 365,000 claims from last week’s revised 392,000 claims, while continued claims for unemployment benefits declined by 53,000 resulting in an “insured” unemployment rate of 2.6 percent