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Don’t Let Back to School Get You Down

Back to School Financial Stress. Each year when children go back to school, we seem to get barraged with additional expenses. There are tuition and school fees, supplies to purchase, lunch fees, and even school trip fees. In addition, there are costs for bus passes, clothing, back to school haircuts, perhaps medical or [...]

2018-08-10T19:52:44-06:00August 22nd, 2017|

How to Help Your Children Cope with Financial Difficulties

Keep Your Family Informed. Debt and other financial difficulties can take a significant toll on your personal well-being. However, if you have a family, that toll only becomes heavier. You worry about providing for your family members, and you worry about their happiness. They will notice your stress, and they will notice that [...]

2018-08-10T20:04:31-06:00February 26th, 2017|

Overcome a Low Credit Score and Secure Your Mortgage

Secure Your Mortgage Faster. For many families, there is one thing that stands in the way of getting a mortgage on a beautiful new home: a low credit score. However, all is not lost. Though there may be a few twists and turns, it is possible to get on the road to home [...]

2018-08-10T20:15:01-06:00January 16th, 2017|

Debt Got You Down? Get Up and Out!

Moving Past Debt. Less is not always more. The weight of IOU’s on your shoulder can be a heavy burden to bear. When it comes to battling debt, your strongest ally is a positive attitude. But how can you stay positive when you’ve got collectors calling, arguments ensuing, and no resources for help [...]

2018-08-10T20:18:51-06:00December 4th, 2016|

Tips for Saving Money

How to Start Saving Money It has been said that the man who never has money enough to pay his debts has too much of something else. That “something else” could be different things for different people, whether it’s too many belongings, too big of a house, or too much credit card debt. [...]

2018-08-10T20:21:27-06:00November 15th, 2016|

Understanding Your Credit Score

Why Credit Score Matters The next time you apply for a store credit card or look into refinancing for your home, first ask yourself, "Is my credit score all it could be?" Of course, if you don't really understand what a credit score is or why such a thing matters to begin with, [...]

2018-08-10T20:31:56-06:00October 10th, 2016|

Coping with Creditors and Collection Agencies

What are Creditors and Collection Agencies? You already know that creditors are people to whom you owe a debt. They might include credit card companies or banks. They could also be other entities, groups, or persons to whom you owe money. A collection agency is a third-party company that creditors may hire to [...]

2018-08-10T20:53:12-06:00September 28th, 2016|

How to Respond to Aggressive Debt Collectors

How to Deal with Debt Collectors Many debtors live in constant fear of their debt collectors. Some individuals dread the regular phone calls and letters that warn them about paying off their debts. A few individuals are even harassed by aggressive debt collectors and collection agencies. So what are you to do when [...]

2018-08-10T21:14:14-06:00August 18th, 2016|

Maxed Out: How Many Credit Cards Should You Have?

How Much is Too Much? Credit card applications. They're everywhere. They're in your mailbox and your inbox. They're at your favourite grocery store and your favourite bookstore. The applications look tempting: 0% APR for the first 6 months, 3% cash back on all major purchases, or $50 off your next purchase. You may [...]

2018-08-10T21:17:48-06:00July 12th, 2016|

How to Cut Costs without Cutting Fun

Have Fun without Paying for It The bills keep piling in and you can feel your stress levels rising. You don’t know what to do. You want to cut costs, but you still want to maintain a high quality of life so you can enjoy new and exciting experiences with your friends and [...]

2018-08-10T21:44:46-06:00June 13th, 2016|
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