Category: debt management

How to Build a Strong Financial Future

From properly budgeting and paying off your debt to educating yourself on helpful financial habits, here are some ways to build a strong financial future.


Using Your Tax Refund and Stimulus Check to Hack Away at Debt

If you find that you’re still struggling with debt even after tax refunds and the stimulus check comes through, it may be time to look into a debt management plan.


Is Debt Management a Good Idea

Is debt management a good idea? YES -- A debt management plan can help you get your debt under control and hopefully resolve any bad spending habits.


Paying Off Your Holiday Debt

Are you still battling debt from the holidays? These tips will help you get and stay out of debt!


Tips for Coping with Debt During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has directly contributed to lost hours, wages, and jobs, and many who have been impacted are enduring the stresses of financial insecurity. Debt management plans can help.


Budgeting During a Crisis

Most financial advisors will recommend that you have an emergency fund of at least 3 months of expenses in case of financial crisis.


Dreaming of a Happy Retirement? Better Manage Your Debt!

It can be difficult to envision a post-retirement free from debt. If you act now and start utilizing a debt management program, however, you'll be much better off for the future!


Healthy Debt vs. Bad Debt

Is there really such a thing as “healthy” debt? It’s true that the word “debt” has negative connotations, but most financial experts agree that certain kinds of debt can be healthy. Find out


Your Credit Score after Debt Consolidation

If you're considering debt consolidation it's important to understand how it may impact all aspects of your financial health including your credit score. Debt consolidation can be helpful in paying of


Help with Mounting Bills

If bills are stacking up and you’re feeling overwhelmed, you may want to look into consolidating your debt. Learn more about what to consider.


The Stress of Finances and Suicidal Behavior

For many Americans, debt is a growing stressor, especially in these times of uncertainty. One may feel embarrassed and overwhelmed by their debt and feel like there is no way to get out.


PayDay Lenders and Potential Alternatives

In times of struggle and financial hardship, you are looking for options to help keep you afloat. Perhaps you’re falling behind, or you are trying to juggle other debts you owe.


MyMoneyCheckup®: Planning for Financial Wellbeing

Do you ever feel overwhelmed trying to understand your current financial situation? Or not really know where to begin to assess your overall financial well-being?


What Do Deferred Payments Mean for You?

During the COVID-19 situation many creditors are offering deferred payments for everything from Credit cards and Auto loans to Mortgages, but what does that mean for you?


Should you apply for a retail store credit card?

For starters, a retail store credit card is a physical charge card that gives you credit for a specific retailer.  The amount of credit given can vary depending on your current credit score. More cre


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