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Why timing is everything if you choose to file bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can be a scary word, but it’s even scarier if you don’t have a plan after filing. We’re flashing back this Friday to this post about how important timing is if you choose to file bankruptcy. I talk with

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Tips to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

This week we’re flashing back to this post on how to protect yourself from identity theft. Read on and be aware! Identity theft can happen when someone gets access to your personal information, like your name or social security number.

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Why does financial health matter to me?

Let’s get this out of the way up front: my finances aren’t perfect. I had minimal student loans after undergrad. I started at a community college and then transferred to Hamline University, where I graduated. But years down the road

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Posted in Financial Wellness

Personal Finance for the ‘Average Joe’ College Student

As a college student, you are going to learn a lot about personal finance regardless of your major. You may have a drive to learn about bookkeeping and accounting or you may want to keep your head stuck in your

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness, Retirement, Savings, Student Loan

Financial Coaching vs. Financial Counseling

This blog is inspired by an article I recently read about a person’s experience with financial coaching. Even if you don’t make it through this blog, read the article because it is inspirational. What’s the difference between financial counseling and

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Posted in Financial Counseling, Financial Wellness
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