Amanda Reaume
Amanda is a freelance writer and the creator of the blog Millennial Personal Finance. After graduating from university with no debt, and $40,000 in savings, Amanda wrote the book The Complete Guide to a Debt-Free Education. She is also the author of a personal finance book aimed at Millennials called Money Is Everything.

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How to Improve Your Credit Score – Post-Holiday Edition
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How to Improve Your Credit Score – Post-Holiday Edition

In January, people tend to cut back on certain expenses as they rehabilitate their credit and make up for overspending during the holidays. Less shopping, less restaurant visits, less entertaining… The effects that overspending have on lifestyle are usually pretty apparent… Continue reading »

12 Months to Being Debt Free – Looking Forward and Looking Back
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12 Months to Being Debt Free – Looking Forward and Looking Back

For many of you, December is the last month of your debt-free journey. If you are on track to paying off all your debt by the end of the year, then I would like to wish you sincere congratulations! You have worked hard and you deserve to be proud of tackling a challenge that… Continue reading »

12 Months to Being Debt Free – How to Prepare for Your Post-Debt Life
Buying A Home / Credit Card Debt / Credit Cards / Debt Repayment / First Time Home Buyers / Growing Your Money / Lifestyle / Lifestyle News / Personal Finance / RSM News / Saving For Retirement / Savings / Uncategorized / Using Your Credit Card / Your Budget / Your Credit Score

12 Months to Being Debt Free – How to Prepare for Your Post-Debt Life

If you’ve been following along with our debt-free journey since the beginning of the year, you can likely see the finish line from here. So what will your life be like after your final debt repayment? Here are some strategies to keep up the good habits in 2017. Continue reading »

How to Improve Your Credit Score – Maxing Out Your Credit Cards Edition
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How to Improve Your Credit Score – Maxing Out Your Credit Cards Edition

If you’ve fully used up your credit limit but you’re still hoping to improve your credit score, there are a few ways to do so. Read on for some tips that will help ensure your score bounces back in the future. Continue reading »

12 Months to Being Debt Free – October
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12 Months to Being Debt Free – October

If you’ve been following along with our series, you’re now in the home stretch of becoming debt free. Read on for tips on how to get through the final few months – which happen to coincide with the holiday season. Continue reading »

How to Improve Your Credit Score – Bankruptcy Edition
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How to Improve Your Credit Score – Bankruptcy Edition

In this second edition of our monthly series, Amanda Reaume explains how you can build your credit score back up and change your spending habits after declaring bankruptcy. Read on for her tips. Continue reading »

12 Months to Being Debt Free – When Emergencies Arise
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12 Months to Being Debt Free – When Emergencies Arise

When you’re working hard to get out of debt, emergency expenses can throw you for a loop. Read on to find out how you can manage your budget if something unexpected happens. Continue reading »