Credit & Debt

Navigating credit and debt may be more challenging than you may realize. That is why at Financial Health Network, our expert team of writers provides up to date content about how to handle your credit and debt.

From understanding the differences between credit inquiries, understanding how to manage debt, and more, you can learn a lot from our free credit and debt section. You could even find ways to improve your credit score!

There is so much information about credit and debt. Don’t feel overwhelmed when managing it. Learn ways you can become a credit and debt management rockstar through the help of our experts!

Consumer Credit Laws You Should Know

There are countless laws that you are not aware of. It is important to be aware of the law. However, you should aim to...

Using a Consumer Credit Counseling Service

Living paycheck to paycheck is more than unpleasant. It can be a straining battle on your emotions and stress levels. Expenses can add up...

Understanding Credit Union Credit Cards

When looking for a credit card, you need to review all available card options. That means even considering  a credit union credit card opposed...

What’s Going on with the Payment Protection Program (PPP)

Payment Protection Program (PPP) Has Come To An End The Payment Protection Program (PPP) officially ended on June 1st. It was a program that faithfully...

What To Do with Stores Going Cashless

(FinancialHealth)- Everybody’s going cashless! Can a store refuse cash? The answer is yes. Is it legal for stores to refuse cash? In the world...
Monitoring Finances Is One Way to Care

Alzheimer’s and Money Matters: When to Step In

(FinancialHealth)- Caring for Loved Ones Takes Many Forms Alzheimer's is a form of dementia that affects memory and greatly impacts the quality of life. For those...

The Housing Market: Going Strong or Headed for a Crash?

(FinancialHealth)- No sooner than a real estate agent sits a For Sale sign in a yard, they're picking it right back up again--at least,...
Best Thing About Retiring in a College Town

Does a Debt-Free Retirement Appeal to You?

(FinancialHealth)- Lots of people have thoughts of the ideal retirement in the back of their minds. Being able to save enough to live comfortably...
What is the Leading Cause of Bankruptcy in the US?

#1 Cause of Bankruptcy in the US

(FinancialHealth.net) - Bankruptcy filings are usually thought to be caused by irresponsible spending habits and poor life choices. In many cases they are, but...
How Online Thieves are "Skimming" Your Info

How Online Thieves are Skimming Your Info

(FinancialHealth) - Online thieves are some of the most dangerous, as they can get into your smartphone or computer and access all of the...

Tips for Preparing to Buy a Home

Roughly 91% of Americans have the goal to own a home at least once in their lifetime. However, buying a home can be a...

Understanding Non-Qualified Mortgages

You may have come across the term “subprime mortgage.” Do you understand what that means? How does it relate to you as a homebuyer?...

How to Know If the Housing Market is Improving

The housing market is super important to look at for multiple reasons. Buying a home, refinancing a home, and general housing market related issues...

Struggling to Buy a Home?

Trying to purchase a home while struggling with your financial situation is difficult. Many Americans aspire to own a home at some point in...