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3 Strategies for Dealing with Holiday Debt

  The holiday season is a festive time of year filled with valuable family time and an endless supply of unforgettable memories. For many, these feelings of seasonal happiness may have caused you to lose control of your holiday spending. There is nothing to be embarrassed about; you’re not the only one. Many Americans struggle […]

How to Know When It’s Time For Debt Consolidation

  Living with debt is a juggling act. You are asked to make large debt payments every month on top of your regular living expenses— like food, child care, gas, and utilities. This is a disastrous recipe for missed payments. As months go by without decisive action, an adverse effect on your credit score can […]

How to Get Collections Agents to Stop Calling!

Living with extreme debt is an all-encompassing experience. It can feel like there is never rest from your ballooning financial obligation. Every hour is filled with dread as your owed accumulated amount grows. It’s not uncommon to have difficult feelings during this time. Things are not made more comfortable with the introduction of collection agency […]

Financial Reboot: New Year’s Financial Planning

At the start of every new year, many make resolutions to better themselves in the upcoming twelve months. A favorite new year’s goal for those living with debt is to transform their financial situation for the better. The goal is admirable in theory but difficult in practice. One of the hardest parts is understanding where […]

Debt Management Programs: the Path to Freedom

Between attractive credit card offers and quick financial fixes, anyone can easily find themselves under a sea of debt. If you find yourself struggling under high monthly payments and harassing calls from credit collection agencies, know you’re not alone. Northwestern Mutual’s 2018 Planning & Progress Study reports that the average American has $38,000 in personal […]

Using Retirement to Pay off Debt

Using retirement funds to pay off your debt can sometimes be the most financially sound course of action, and sometimes it can lead to more problems down the road. When using money that you withdraw early from a 410(k), IRA or other retirement assets to pay down any debt you may have incurred, you need […]

How to Reduce Your Debt in 5 Years instead of 30

Have you ever opened the mail and found a bill that created a ball of anxiety in the pit of your stomach? If so, you’re not alone. Whether your debt comes from credit cards, student loans, mortgages, auto loans or a combination of these, it can cause an extreme amount of stress. The desire to […]

How to Cure Your Holiday Hangover through Consolidation

The New Year has come and gone, and what are you left with? A holiday hangover. From the food to the gifts, the excess has dragged you down, and you are definitely feeling the effects. Your waistline is a little bigger, and those credit card statements have finally started to arrive. It might have been […]

7 Myths about Debt Settlement

If you find yourself in a bunch and are considering ways to resolve debt, you might think debt settlement sounds like a good option, but it can be a tricky process. Without the proper knowledge and support system, utilizing a settlement company can go sour quickly. Here are the biggest myths pertaining to settlement programs. […]

Choosing the Right Debt Consolidation: Differentiating the Good from the Bad

It is true when they say that people learn the hard way. Debt burden is a consequence, which every extravagant spender must face. Some people learn the lesson sooner and avoid financial harms, while others face monetary calamities, which cause them to seek refuge from others. Credit cards have become the evils of every debt-laden […]