Month: February 2018

Debt Management for College Students: How To Deal With The Debt

When you are a student in college the last thing on your mind is saving money, debt management, the wise use of credit, and pretty much anything having to do with budgeting or finances. But college can actually create a financial future full of debt and doubt if you aren’t careful. You’ll receive many credit […]

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The Truth About Debt And Credit Counseling

How Did I End Up Here – If you were to write a story or song about your financial status would it leave people reaching for a box of tissues? If so, you’re not alone. Many people across America have found themselves struggling with credit card debt. Part of the problem is the ease at […]

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Tax Season Fraud and Identity Theft

Founded by the Federal Trade Commission, Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week sets aside 5 days to encourage and educate taxpayers to protect their tax and personal identification information. As reports show, there was a staggering 400% increase in tax-related phishing attacks during the 2016 filing season. Therefore, it’s important that taxpayers are aware of the […]

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How To Save Money On Valentine’s Day

Hey lovebirds, are you ready for Valentine’s Day?  It’s right around the corner! This special holiday is all about love and showing your significant other how much you care. Consumer spending can usually get a little out of control on this holiday. Remember, you don’t have to break the bank to make the day special. […]

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