Debt Counseling and ‘Exit Counseling’ Helps College Students

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Debt Counseling

After graduating from college students, many young people now receive exit counseling to understand their responsibilities as it relates to student loan debt. Recent college graduates also carry quite a bit of credit card debt. By receiving debt counseling, you can often boost your financial knowledge so your personal finances improve. According to one article by wkyc.com, recent college graduates … Read More

Credit Counseling: The Best Debt Advice for Different Age Groups

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling

Credit Counseling

Financial counselors have a lot of experience helping people of different age groups make positive changes to their behavior so they become financially stable. No matter what your age, financial stability is likely a high priority. According to an article by bankrate.com, people of all ages with credit card debt get ahead by seeking credit counseling. When you receive Christian … Read More

College Student Saving: Making the Most of Your Money this Summer

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By: Brittney Frost It is finally here. One of the most exciting times of the year for students has arrived: SUMMER! However, this excitement is more than just enjoyable weather. For current college students, it means either having a well-deserved break before the fall semester starts again or diving into more classes. No matter which situation pertains to you or … Read More

Thoughtful Money-Saving Ways to Celebrate Dad

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Showing Dad you love him doesn’t have to mean sending him on an expensive golf vacation or buying him a new camera. The special day should be all about connecting with him, and there’s no better way to do so than by spending some quality time together. Here, we’ve rounded up meaningful activities you can do no matter where you … Read More

Stop Her Before She Shops Again

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Originally posted at Christian Post February 5, 2016. Dear Chuck, I have a friend who is a non-believer and an impulse buyer, especially on-line. If I suggest to her that she cut up all her credit cards, I’m concerned that such a plan leaves her without a tool that she will sometimes need. But my fear is that she will … Read More