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What Should You Do if Your Spouse Can’t Pay His/Her Bills?

This can be a tough situation to work through just because finances are a touchy subject. You both might already be stressed out about finances and now you find out that your spouse has missed payments that you thought were

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Posted in Credit, Debt, Relationships

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

Flashback Friday: Tips for lending money to loved ones

Times can be tight and people get low on cash. If you ever get asked for money from a loved one, here are some tips to help you decide to do it or not. And if you do, this post

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Posted in Debt, Relationships

How zombies and debt are eerily alike

We’re flashing back this Friday to this post about debt and how it can be like zombies. And don’t forget that LSS is here to help you conquer your debt, including your zombie debt. I watch The Walking Dead. I’m

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Posted in Credit Report, Debt, Medical Debt
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