Do you let your expenses rise to meet your income?

A while back at our Financial Counselor meeting, I heard the phrase, “Expenses rise to meet income.” My first reaction was, “Well, they don’t have to.” And next, “I don’t do that.” The phrase stuck with me and I thought

How nonprofit housing counseling can help

Most of us don’t anticipate a job loss, an injury, major medical bills, or maybe even a reduction in hours at work. When something like this happens it can be devastating to families. If it’s happened to you and you’re

Are the holidays stressing you out?

The holidays aren’t always fun and games for everyone; they can be stressful for a variety of reasons. Here’s a Flashback Friday post on how to manage holiday stress. Thanksgiving is over and Christmas will be here before you know

How you can stop being broke all the time

“I just got paid and I’m already broke.” Does that sound familiar? There are tons of memes that revolve around that first sentence; that’s how you can tell it’s a widespread and shared problem. However, it is possible to get

Do you have an empty wallet from Black Friday?

Last week I wrote about shopping on Black Friday and how to decide if it’s worth it. If you missed that post or just decided to go for it and shop and deal with the consequences later, this post is

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