Why We Should All Be Saving For A Rainy Day

Saving for a rainy day. We all know we should do it, but sometimes that’s easier said than done. Or is it? Here’s why EVERYONE should be saving for a rainy day and how to make it happen. The Why

Start Your Savings Plan With This Simple 3 Step Process

One of the most common goals of people who come to us for financial counseling is to have a savings plan. Of course, being a financial counselor, I advise folks to track their spending, set up envelopes, save coupons, reuse,

Can I Afford to File Bankruptcy?

Since bankruptcy has such a negative effect on credit, we encourage people to consider it as a last resort. Today, we’re flashing back to this post about determining if you should file and your options if you decide to file.

2017 Tax Bill Relieves Tax Liability on Death and Disability Discharges on Federal Student Loans

When a student loan borrower becomes totally and permanently disabled they can apply to have their student loans “discharged” (forgiven) through the Total Permanent Disability Discharge program (TPD Discharge: learn more here). The survivors of a borrower who dies can

6 Cheap or Free Ways to Reduce Stress

Everyone deals with stress at some point in our lives. Stress can be brought on by health issues, our jobs, money, relationships, and everything in between. Even though we can’t always prevent stress, there are free and cheap coping mechanisms

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