Christian Credit Counseling and Your Money

Jeanne McTaggartChristian Credit Counselors

Christian Credit Counseling

Some people have a negative attitude about money even though managing personal finances benefits family and the overall society. According to a recent piece by time.com, there are 10 characteristics of people with zero debt. When you get Christian credit counseling, you might not adopt all 10 habits immediately, but you begin a transformation that results in a debt-free life. … Read More

Credit Counseling, Paying Off Debt, and Building Wealth

Jeanne McTaggartChristian Credit Counselors

Christian Credit Counseling

Reducing Debt and Building Wealth One of the most common financial conundrums people have is whether to pay off debt or save for retirement and other goals. With Christian credit counseling, you learn how you can pay off your credit card debt while also building wealth. Paying off debt is a top priority for people who want to have financial … Read More

Cutting Credit Cards – The Credit-to-Cash Transition

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Christian Credit Counseling

It’s one of the most exciting moments of your life. You’re tired of using one credit card to pay off another. You can no longer bear the intense pressure building within your chest each time the electric bill collides with a credit card bill in the mailbox. You’ll never again feel financially helpless because you’ve decided to stop the madness. … Read More

Credit Counseling Quickens the Payoff Date

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Christian Credit Counseling

Experts say paying off a credit card balance of just $2,000 takes some people as much time as it takes to raise a child. If you don’t want to spend a lifetime in debt, consider Christian credit counseling to examine positive solutions. According to a recent piece by nypost.com, making minimum payments on your credit card often leads to misery. … Read More

Credit Counseling Helps You Budget

Jeanne McTaggartChristian Credit Counselors

Christian Credit Counselors

Budgeting is essential if you want to learn to live below your means. For many people, budgets seem too restrictive. If you try too hard to save, you could end up spending rebelliously or throwing the budget out the window. With Christian credit counseling, you access tools and education to finally get a handle on your budget. According to a … Read More

Credit Card Debt and the Need for Credit Counseling

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America Paying Down Debt Credit card debt and other money problems aren’t always signs of over-indulgence. In some cases, it is simply a sign that the American economy’s in trouble. The good news is the latest credit card debt study shows Americans paid down more than $34 billion owed to credit card companies. The amount they paid back is 7% … Read More

Credit Counseling – Getting Your Finances on Track

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Good people sometimes have bad financial things happen to them, knocking them off track. With Christian credit counseling, you can get your financial life back on track even if you have maxed out your credit cards. A trained credit counselor will guide you through the debt consolidation process if you have what seems like unmanageable credit card debt. You’ll also … Read More

Credit Counseling Eases Financial Stress

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Financial stress can cause tension in your relationships whether married or single and leave you tense on the job. Credit counseling provides many people with the answers they need to solve financial problems. An article by credit.com points out personal finances is one of the main contributors to stress. Having a large amount of credit card debt and other financial … Read More

Credit Counseling or Financial Therapy

Jeanne McTaggartChristian Credit Counselors

Not everyone who needs Christian credit counseling suffers with a “money disorder.” Some people just fail to budget properly and let debt spin out of control due to poor financial habits and unforeseen circumstances. Before seeing a financial therapist, consider whether you might be better served with help from a certified credit counselor. Some people have never heard of financial … Read More