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Out of the Nest Series: Budgeting

So you have graduated from high school, college, or have returned to your family’s home to save money and now it is time to spread your wings and fly! Simple, right? This is easier said than done. Yet, with some

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Counselor Spotlight: Mary Ellen

It’s time once again for our Financial Counselor spotlight. This time you’re going to get to know more about our amazing Mary Ellen, who also writes for Sense and Centsibility! Her Story Mary Ellen started with LSS in 2007, coming

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Posted in Financial Counseling, LSS Financial Counseling

Signs debt is stressing you out and what to do next

No one enjoys being stressed out. It affects every aspect of our lives, from relationships to mental health to physical health and more. This week’s flashback Friday post talks about how you can tell if debt is stressing you out

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Posted in Debt, Debt Counseling, Debt Management Plan, Financial Counseling

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

Building Great Credit

Do you hope to purchase a home, apply for a loan, or upgrade your current vehicle? Having a strong credit record will help you achieve these goals with better rates than with low credit scores. Like building a home, a

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit
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