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Tips to Stay on Track with Your New Year’s Financial Resolution

Even though this post is from 4 years ago, it’s still more than relevant today. So we’re flashing back to Mary’s post so you can crush your financial goals! We are now 14 days into 2013 and I got to

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Here’s the Cure for Your Holiday Shopping Hangover

Christmas was yesterday so you may be wondering: why do I need to think about this right now? It’s because debt is more urgent than you may realize. If you used credit cards for Christmas presents or other holiday expenses

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Posted in Debt, Debt Management Plan, Financial Counseling, Holiday Shopping, Overspending, Shopping

Why Wait for the New Year? Start Improving Your Finances Now

This time of year may create more stress than joy because the result of the holidays for many people is debt. The good news is that there are options to pay off debt faster. So we’re flashing back to Shannon’s

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Posted in Financial Counseling

Last Minute Holiday Shopping Tips to Keep You Free of Debt Stress

With the holiday season in full swing it is easy for stressed shoppers to stop living within their budget.  They simply pull out their credit cards and assume they will figure out how to pay for things when the bills

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Posted in Debt, Holiday Shopping, Shopping

Ideas for Inexpensive Gifts

Holiday Shopping Tips to Avoid Debt

If you celebrate Christmas, it’s pretty likely that you give gifts. And depending on the size of your family or circle of friends, you could end up spending a fortune. The good news is that with a little planning and

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Posted in Holiday Shopping
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