TBT to Bankruptcy: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Since it’s #ThrowbackThursday I figured I’d share one of our most popular posts since its original published date back in February of 2013. Check it out! There is a lot of confusion and apprehension about filing bankruptcy. Some people believe

3 Tips to Help Avoid Fighting About Money

Money. Bills. Budgets. Credit cards. Personal finance isn’t the most exciting topic in the whole world, but it affects everyone…granted, some more than others. I would guess that Brad and Angelina don’t fight about money, but the average couple at

2016 is the International Year of Pulses!

What?? Are we celebrating having a pulse? That would be good, too, but no. Pulses are the edible seed of legume plants—dried beans, peas, lentils, etc. In 2013 the United Nations declared 2016 to be the International Year of Pulses,

How Financial Counseling Helps

The average financial counselor with LSS meets with about 4 people per day regarding budget, credit, debt, foreclosure, or student loan issues. We survey the people we serve to see if there is anything else we could do to improve our

So what is a DMP, really?

One of our financial counselors, Colleen, breaks down the basics of the Debt Management Plan (DMP) in this brief video:   Click HERE for more detailed information about the Debt Management Plan. LSS Financial Counseling is a non-profit organization that

Do you save money throughout the year for Christmas shopping?

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