4 Ways Debt Counseling Will Change Your Life

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling, Debt

Debt Counseling

The effects of carrying too much debt is soul-crushing. When you’re struggling to pay off your bills, you don’t have the extra money to do the things that will make you happier. Many people feel lost when they look at their bills, but it doesn’t have to be this way. With debt counseling from Christian Credit Counselors, you’ll start to … Read More

Credit Counseling Tips: How To Shop Smart

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling

Credit Counseling

Finding ways to save money is a smart idea for many reasons. One successful way to cut costs while going through credit counseling is by practicing smart shopping. Keep the following tips in mind as you purchase the things you need. Create a Budget. No matter what you are planning to purchase, sticking to your budget means you must resist … Read More

Ditching Debt in the New Year

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skTo learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here.       I have an idea that could kill two birds with one proverbial stone — this year get your taxes organized as quickly as possible so that you can file in January and put that money to work for you. The … Read More

Tackling the Fear of Filing Taxes

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Tackling the Fear of Filing Taxes The holidays are over, a new year has begun, and now we are rolling into February: a month that brings Valentine’s Day to mind. Some people look forward to receiving candy hearts while others dread spending Valentine’s Day alone. However, getting snubbed by Cupid isn’t the only thing people dread in February. They also … Read More

14 Money-Saving Valentine’s Day Ideas!

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Debt Free Valentine’s Want to celebrate Valentine’s Day without going into debt? Think fun. Some of the best gifts involve sharing time, along with a little thoughtfulness. And the memories last far longer than a dozen roses or a box of chocolates. Here are 14 ways to express your love on the 14th — or any other day for that … Read More

Credit Counseling and Rising Debt

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Cards, Credit Counseling, Debt, National Debt

Credit Counseling

Debt and Credit Counseling Household debt is reaching unsustainable levels, according to a report by NerdWallet. Another article in The New York Post states the average household debt in the U.S. is about $16,000. By arranging credit counseling or yourself and your family, it is possible to deal with staggering credit card debt. Most Americans pay a lot of money to cover … Read More

Debt Counseling and Holiday Credit Card Debt

Jeanne McTaggartBudgeting, Credit Counseling, Credit Score, Debt, Finance, Holiday Tips

Debt Counseling

Debt Counseling and Christmas Most people love spending money on their family and friends, wrapping presents with shiny bows and watching their expressions as they open gifts. However, Christmas is a bittersweet holiday for people with excessive credit card debt. By seeking debt counseling before or after the holidays, you take control of your holiday credit card debt. According to … Read More

Credit Counseling – Paying Down Debt

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling

Debt Management Programs A lot of people who receive credit counseling wonder if they qualify for a debt management program to pay off debt. Debt management programs are so appealing because a trained and certified credit counselor negotiates a lower interest rate so you can make a monthly debt payment. Many consumers dream of living a debt-free life. Credit counseling … Read More

Debt Counseling – When Financial Problems Sneak up On You

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling, Debt

Debt Counseling

Signs of Financial Trouble Past due statements, accounts closed without you and payments that reflect the minimum due are of few of the red flags that you need debt counseling. If financial problems are sneaking up on you, the best solution is to confront your reality and take positive steps to remedy the situation. According to a piece by cheatsheet.com, … Read More

Credit Card – Avoiding the Debt Trap this Holiday Season

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Gift Giving on Credit Staying out of debt can be almost as difficult as paying it off especially when our emotions take over. After all, buying gifts for our loved ones during the holiday season is a very emotional purchase. Preparing for gifting should begin way before the holiday season. In a survey conducted by The American Research Group, Inc., … Read More