Tag: Credit Counseling

5 Nonconventional Ways Credit Counseling Can Help You

Nonprofit credit counseling can be a form of debt help that many people don’t even think to try. If you are struggling with unmanageable unsecured debt, then credit counseling might be the answer for you. This blog post will discuss five different ways credit counseling can offer assistance in your financial situation. 1) Credit counseling […]

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Avoid Filing For Bankruptcy With These Helpful Alternatives

The economy is tough right now. Unemployment rates are high, and the cost of living continues to rise. With these economic factors in mind, many people are worried about their finances. When you cannot make ends meet day after day, it can be frustrating to have no control over your financial future. This may mean […]

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Fantastic Tips On How To Stop Living Paycheck To Paycheck

More than ever, individuals and families are experiencing economic hardship. Not only is this due to the Covid-19 pandemic but also the loss of federal assistance programs. Approximately 54% of all Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Some feel there is no way to stop this endless cycle. However, making several smart changes helps families […]

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The Best Advice For Debt Management Program Dos And Don’ts

It’s easy to fall behind on credit card debt. Interest rates and late payment fees can keep one in a cycle of debt that feels like running on a treadmill with no end in sight. As a result, many people turn to a non-profit credit counseling service to get on a Debt Management Program (DMP). […]

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Debt Reduction Resource: How To Reduce Credit Card Debt The Right Way

It is so easy to find yourself in debt. Whether you lost a job, are not able to pay for student loans, or are having issues keeping your house due to an adjustable rate mortgage, not having enough money on your hands can be a rather difficult situation and can quickly result in you falling […]

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Advantage CCS’s Special Interview With BadCredit.org

When Adam West from BadCredit.org reached out to me via LinkedIn and email about doing an interview to explain what Advantage CCS is all about, who we can help, and what we offer, I jumped at the chance. I’ve shared BadCredit’s blog posts and social media posts before because they offer some amazing content and […]

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Can You Have Too Much Debt?

Most families have some kind of debt at one point throughout their lives. It might be a mortgage loan, a car loan, student loans, or plain old credit card debt. Having debt isn’t always a bad thing as long as you are taking steps to pay it off in a timely manner. It’s having TOO […]

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10 Warning Signs That You’re In Financial Trouble

Like a summer storm, financial trouble can happen without much warning. Perhaps you’re in financial trouble right now, and you have no idea. That’s why it’s so important to know and understand the most common financial warning signs of a serious problem. Some people out there don’t realize that they are one “life-changing” event away […]

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Find Out How To Conquer Your Debt Right Now

It’s a dilemma that seems to be plaguing everyone to some degree these days. Yes, we are talking about credit card debt. Millions of Americans are affected by this type of financial debt. For some, it’s just personal debt, but for others, it may be personal AND business debt. Either way, it spells bad news for the […]

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How To Understand & Get Help With Your Credit Card Bill

Each month, millions of people receive a credit card bill or statement in the mail from their creditors, or they visit the company’s website to get their bills electronically. Even though they submit a payment, they do not necessarily know what all of the fees and sums on the bill mean. Better yet, they may […]

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Becoming Debt Free Starts Here

If you're struggling to make ends meet, our team of certified counselors are waiting to help you find a solution that's right for you. No matter what your financial situation may be, remember you're not alone