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Preparing For And Surviving Unemployment

We’re flashing back to Ashley’s post about how to prepare for an unexpected bout of unemployment, as well as surviving it without going into debt. We all want to feel secure should something happen such as a layoff; however, we

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Posted in Budgeting, Emergency Savings, Job Loss, Unemployment

Refresh Your Finances During Financial Literacy Month

Refresh your finances

April is Financial Literacy month and while it might not mean much to the average person, it’s important to make time for your finances. Ideally, you take a look at your income, budget, and debts on a regular basis. But

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt, Financial Wellness

Managing Debt as an Active Service Member in the Military

Members of the military face unique situations and challenges that civilians do not. For example, active service members face the possibility of deployment and sometimes continuous relocation. A 2014 National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) survey indicated 77% of service members

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Posted in Debt, Debt Management Plan, Military

Behind on Bills? Follow These 6 Tips

What to do if you're behind on bills

Even though falling behind on bills is stressful, don’t let it turn into a downward financial spiral. Taking control of your finances, creating a plan, and taking action will help you get back on track as quickly as possible. So

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