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Still Helping Your Adult Children?

Our blog on parents helping grown children continues to be our number one read blog 4 years in a row! There is a reason for this: it is a pervasive and disturbing issue for families. I know I see it

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Posted in Debt, Financial Wellness, Kids, Relationships, Retirement

How to Minimize the Potential for Identity Theft

Identity theft can literally happen to anyone. From children and teens to adults and seniors, no one is 100% protected from being scammed. However, there are ways that you can minimize the possibility of being a victim of identity theft.

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Posted in Identity theft, Scams

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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Posted in Credit, Credit Report

It’s Almost Tax Season and It’s Time To Make a Plan

The new year brings up thoughts of resolutions like eating better, paying off debt, exercising, and more. But the new year also brings with it tax season…again. Don’t wait until April 14th to work on your taxes; be proactive this

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Posted in Savings, Taxes

Realistic Resolutions You Can Achieve

Sticking with the financial resolution theme, we’re flashing back to Ashley’s post about creating and sticking to realistic goals. Right after vowing to “save more and spend less” you will see “get in shape” on many New Year’s Resolution lists.

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Posted in Financial Wellness
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