3 things you’ll learn after paying off your credit cards

I started out with LSS as a Financial Counselor and met with people from a variety of situations, debt balances, and income levels. While I don’t counsel anymore, I receive testimonials from the people we serve and get to hear

10 Signs You May Be An Underearner

It’s not January, but we’re flashing back this Friday to Shannon’s post from a few years back about under-earning. If some or all of the characteristics below apply to you, you may be an underearner.  We survived 2012 and the

How NOT to Use Your Credit Cards

I have a credit card that I use every once in a while. This particular credit card company (that shall remain nameless) sent me an email this week explaining four major perks of having this credit card. They even stated

Out of the Nest Series: Establishing Your New Home

Renting your first apartment or house is a very exciting opportunity. Searching for the right place and ensuring that each ‘I’ is dotted and ‘T’ is crossed is attainable. This post points out key factors to help your apartment/home search

A Couple’s Guide to Money and Relationships

Do you want to bury your head in the sand when someone brings up the subject about money? While it’s a natural reaction, the unknown will hurt you more than help you…especially in a relationship. It’s necessary if you want

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