Retirement: Live for Today and Plan for Tomorrow

We’re flashing back to Mary’s post about planning for retirement. Because it’s never too early to plan…and there’s no time like the present! So, you are FINALLY nearing retirement age, but you and your spouse never actually discussed what this

When Should I Use My Emergency Savings Fund?

If you have an emergency fund, you have put yourself in a more stable financial position. But have you been tempted to get some cash for future plans, like a concert or a trip? If so, I’m sorry to break

3 Tips to Avoid Arguments About Money

We’re flashing back to Elaina’s post about how to handle money and finances with your S/O to avoid those financial fights. Money. Bills. Budgets. Credit cards. Personal finance isn’t the most exciting topic in the whole world, but it affects

Why You Should Do an Annual Financial Check-up

We are told to get an annual physical to make sure we’re healthy; our finances also need a financial check-up. The good news is that there is free, safe help from LSS Financial Counseling, a local nonprofit organization. If you

How Full is Your Credit Bucket?

We are fortunate at LSS to have experienced financial counselors with a lot of personal finance knowledge. Luckily for me, our wonderful counselors sometimes pass on nuggets of wisdom that I can then turn into blog posts. Here is a

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