Debt Counseling Teaches Financial Conscientiousness

Jeanne McTaggartDebt Consolidation

You and your Money Conscious Debt counseling is a necessary component when you decide to consolidate debt. Debt consolidation without any kind of credit counseling is only treating the symptom. Even if you got into credit card debt because of unexpected medical bills or natural disaster that had nothing to do with your conscientious financial habits, a debt counselor can … Read More

Credit Counseling and Your Spending Triggers

Jeanne McTaggartChristian Credit Counselors

credit card debt

Reason for Debt For everyone with thousands of dollars worth of credit card debt there are just as many reasons for why they overspend. Facing your spending triggers and the reasons for your debt can help you overcome financial problems in the future. With Christian credit counseling, you can receive counseling in a safe situation without the fear of anyone … Read More

Debt Counseling and Financial Peace in the New Year

Jeanne McTaggartDebt Consolidation

Overcoming the Financial Stats If you feel held back by credit card debt, the New Year can bring a chance to shake off the old habits with debt counseling. A growing number of people are sinking further into debt, according to experts. Debt counseling can give you the answers you need from trained and reputable credit counselors. One of the Federal … Read More

Debt Consolidation – Worrying About Lifelong Debt

Jeanne McTaggartDebt Consolidation

A Debt Repayment Plan One-fifth of people expect to have debt haunting them like the ghosts of Christmas past for the rest of their lives. According to a new personal finance survey cited by an article by CNBC, 18 percent of respondents said they have surrendered to the idea of being in debt for the rest of their lives. Half … Read More

Credit Counseling – Stop Sabotaging Your Future Net Worth

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling

Don’t be a Financial Saboteur A lot of people unknowingly sabotage their future net worth or wealth. Having credit card and other debt at high interest rates can kill your financial future by keeping you trapped. People who are entering the workforce in their 20s or retired in their 70s, will find it’s never too soon or too late to … Read More