What are my options if I can’t afford my mortgage payment?

A lot can happen in 30 years The average mortgage has a 30-year term, which is 360 monthly mortgage payments. 30 years is a long time to expect that all will run smoothly and there will be no “bumps in

Let’s get this garden started!

If you plant a garden each year or plan to start, it’s time to think about planting some seeds…yes, even though there’s still snow on the ground. Here’s a flashback Friday post from Mary Ellen with excellent tips. Enjoy! February

Fight Your Fears, Face Your Finances, Find Financial Freedom

Everyone struggles in one way or another with managing their money. Many struggle to juggle mortgages, student loans, credit card debt, and basic budgeting skills. If you feel like your debt is out of control or hopeless, know that there

How Janis took back control of her finances

I absolutely love sharing stories from the people we serve. Janis met with a counselor, created a budget,  and signed up for a Debt Management Plan to pay off her debt faster and save money. Janis submitted a testimonial on our

Savings & Romance: Turning Valentine’s Day into a Savings Opportunity

At the start of the year, my significant other and I agreed on an ambitious savings plan. We knew that executing the plan would mean cutting back on some expenses and Valentine’s Day became our first clear savings opportunity. Our

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