Published On February 6th, 2017

The first step in getting control of your debt is to actually understand and admit to yourself that you have a problem.  If you have over $10,000 in credit card debt, pay only the minimum payment or a little bit over, and your credit card interest rates are over 10% then you have a serious problem that you need to get serious about handling.  Once you realize the problem, then it is time to search out the solutions to help.

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Published On December 7th, 2016

You’ve heard all of the common financial advice at least 100 times. How about a few tips that you might not have heard before? A new perspective can generate new thoughts, ideas, and actions. A new perspective might change your financial future.

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Published On November 8th, 2016

Are you ready to make some positive changes to your finances? The least painless way to make a remarkable change is to make many simple changes. Dramatic results are possible with easy changes. Is this the year that you finally make significant advances in your personal finances?

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Published On September 14th, 2016

Debt collectors are like mosquitos. They can be annoying and they’re hard to dissuade. Fortunately, there isn’t a whole lot a debt collector can do besides call you and send you mail. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) spells out the actions that a debt collector may and may not undertake in the process of collecting a debt.

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Published On June 1st, 2016

When you’re newly married, you’ll probably face some new challenges and might not feel that you’re ready for these new responsibilities. A lot of young couples don’t anticipate how different managing their finances can be once they get married.

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Published On May 2nd, 2016

Many people handle money well at work, but horribly at home. There’s a different mindset when you’re expected to act like a professional. What if you handled your personal finances with the same professionalism a CFO takes care of business? Discipline and professionalism can add a lot to your personal financial future.

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Published On April 4th, 2016

Timeshares allow you to have limited use of a property without becoming a full owner. They’re an easy way to secure a vacation spot without buying an entire house or condominium. However, timeshare ownership may not be what it seems.

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Published On December 2nd, 2015

Have your adult children, friends, or other family members asked you to cosign a loan with them? Especially if this is their first loan, the financial institution is likely to ask them for a cosigner, such as their parents. However, cosigning a loan with anyone carries responsibilities.

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Published On November 18th, 2015

Millennials are less interested in money and finances that any previous generation. Even so, it’s still important for Millennials to take steps to avoid the common financial mistakes committed by younger folks. Placing too much emphasis on financial wealth can be a shallow way to live, but having financial challenges isn’t a lot of fun either.

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Published On November 12th, 2015
Getting married is a happy and exciting time. One of the issues that can quickly put a damper on the positive energy, though, is money. Financial issues can create a lot of stress and even animosity. Ideally, you’ve already had a lot of communication regarding your finances. If you haven’t, a little prevention isn’t a bad idea.
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