4 Reasons a Holiday Loan is a Better Option This Season

If you’re like most people, you may not have money saved this year for the holidays. Likewise, you may be tempted to rely on credit cards for this year’s holiday expenses. However, this can do more damage to your finances in the long run. Not to mention, if you already have outstanding balances on [...]

Spend Less at Christmas by Planning Ahead

How to Spend Less at Christmas by Planning Ahead We know it's not even Halloween yet, but if you make a plan now, you're less likely to overspend and be strapped come January. No one wants to be shocked by the amount of debt they racked up during the holiday season. Seriously, talk about [...]

Making a Budget With the 50/30/20 Method

Making a budget can often seem so complex. The more complicated it seems, the less you're inclined to make the effort. Unfortunately, you need a budget to help keep your spending in check and to ensure progress toward your short and long-term financial goals. If you’re new at creating a budget consider the simplified [...]

2021-02-24T11:32:53-04:00August 5th, 2020|Categories: Budget|Tags: , , , , |

7 Signs You’re Living Beyond Your Means and Need Debt Relief

In the age of plastic spending and mobile payments, it’s easier than ever to buy stuff you can’t pay for right away while supporting a lifestyle you can’t really afford. Let’s take a look at seven red flags that might indicate you’re living beyond your means and need debt relief. We'll also give you the [...]

2021-02-19T16:10:34-04:00March 15th, 2019|Categories: Saving Money|Tags: , , |

7 Steps to Get Out of Debt

Debt is a common factor in modern life. This can be good or bad, depending on your financial situation and personal goals. Each person or family needs to decide the level of financial risk that they want to have or can manage. If you feel like you're drowning, it might be time to get [...]

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