Guest Blog: 3 Tips for Graduates Battling Student Loan Debt at Graduation

Today we welcome a guest blogger to Sense and Centsibility, freelance writer and personal finance enthusiast Dave Chen. If you’re like many recent grads, you may be struggling with your student loans.  Taking on large student loans may be the

How Tiffany paid off her credit cards as a single mom

We’re flashing back today to a testimonial of how a young single mother paid off her credit cards through a Debt Management Plan with LSS. Debt can happen to anyone at any stage in life. Debt doesn’t care about your

What’s preventing you from achieving your goals?

Do you want to retire at a certain age or take a trip to Australia or stay home with the kids? Most people have some type of goal in mind for the future. It can be difficult to achieve any type

Don’t be haunted by financial ghosts of the past

Just because you made a financial mistake in the past doesn’t mean you have to pay for it forever. That is of course as long as you’ve taken care of the issue and made sure that it’s showing up in

Flashback Friday: 5 Tips to Achieve and Maintain Financial Stability

April is Financial Literacy Month so we’re flashing back to Ashley’s post about 5 basic tips to achieve financial stability.  According to the Federal Reserve, the average household carries about $7,149 of debt. However, that takes into account those who

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