Category: Helpful Information

Our Helpful Information blog category is dedicated to debt consolidation and payday loan relief as well as our debt relief services and ways to help improve your financial well-being. Getting you back on Solid Ground is our goal!

Why Professionals Are Saying Now Is The Time To Consolidate

July 23rd, 2021 by highdebt1

It has been said that four out of every five Americans battle with debt. These statistics can be quite discouraging for so many reasons. A bulk of the debts are credit card debts and personal loans. Professionals have advised that debt consolidation is the way to go and consolidating now has a lot of advantages

How To Make July Your Best Month

July 16th, 2021 by highdebt1

July is here again and no doubt, you would love to make the best out of the month. The temperature has risen considerably and you can no longer deny that summer is in full gear. You should be looking forward to spending more time with family and friends, and planning summer vacation. However, this is

Why Everyone Is Consolidating Their Debts During The Pandemic

July 9th, 2021 by highdebt1

It is possible that at this point, your debt is filled with different bills that you have to pay. Some of these bills may include high credit card debts as well as personal loan advances. It is possible to pay off these debts by using debt consolidation. One of the smart money moves you can

Why You Need Professional Help With Your Debt

June 11th, 2021 by highdebt1

It is very possible to come out of debt by coming up with a plan on your own. However, in some circumstances, you may achieve faster results by getting professionals involved. There are individuals and agencies whose job is to study your current financial status and determine how best to help you get out of

Why Payday Loans Are A Risk

June 4th, 2021 by highdebt1

You may think that a payday loan is the best way to take care of those emergency needs before your next paycheck arrives. Think again! Payday loans are a debt trap. On the outside, it may look all rosy and attractive but on a closer look, you will come to realize that taking out such

How To Save Money While In Debt

December 4th, 2020 by highdebt1

Suppose you have a big financial target to achieve. It might be buying a car, planning to travel to foreign countries, or want to be the first person in your friend’s group to initiate saving money for the future. And you want to pay back your credit cards and student loans, too. So, what will

What If I Don’t Have Money To Pay My Student Loans?

October 9th, 2020 by highdebt1

Students who are enrolled in colleges through a student loans program and are about to graduate, maybe worried about their loans. Given the high interest rates, and lack of well-paying jobs in the market, they fear they may not have the money to pay off their student loans, and wonder what would happen after that.

Different Types Of Market Competition

October 1st, 2020 by highdebt1

The economy is a very complex science because of the many factors that influence it and, therefore, end up affecting us. The economy always looks for the best possible model, trying to find the perfect market, thereby analyzing the different market competencies. To understand all this, in this article, we are going to talk about

Financial Economy: Meaning and Characteristics

September 25th, 2020 by highdebt1

Throughout history, there have been many different economic systems, some characterizing the era in which they happened, but others remaining in many different eras. The economic systems that have managed to maintain themselves for centuries, not being slaves of their time, have changed, but their base has always been the same. To understand one of

6 Major Factors In Personal Financial Planning

September 10th, 2020 by highdebt1

Personal finances include budgeting, saving, and spending the pecuniary resources of an individual or a family, over time. You must consider the economic risks and the possibilities in the short, medium, and long term. It also takes into account banking products, investments (stock market, bonds, and others) and insurance (life, health, disability, and more). The