Managing Your Student Loans Wisely: A Great and Unique Gift for Mother’s Day

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By: Brittany Frost What greater gift is there than the joy of seeing your child become financially responsible and independent throughout and after their college years? If you are looking for a unique and great gift to give your mother on May 8th for Mother’s Day this year, consider the gift of managing your student loans wisely. Instead of spending … Read More

Debt Consolidation Tips When Working to Save for Retirement

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Debt Consolidation

When your credit card debt gets in the way of saving for retirement, it is frustrating. According to an article by time.com, there are situations when credit card debt prevents you from saving responsibly for retirement. It does not make financial sense to put aside 10 or 20 percent for retirement when you have high interest rate credit cards at … 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

Debt Consolidation Instead of Dipping into Your Savings

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Debt Consolidation

Saving Money for your Savings Account When it comes to credit card debt, some experts recommend dipping into your non-retirement savings to pay off your debt. However, people without adequate emergency savings rarely stop the cycle of credit card dependence. With a debt consolidation plan, you are more likely to get out of credit card debt for good. A trained … 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

Debt Consolidation – Forgiving Yourself of Credit Sins

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Debt Consolidation

Credit Cards and Financial Health Misusing credit cards affects your financial health, security and future. You can easily forgive yourself of so-called credit sins by seeking assistance from a Christian credit counseling program. One of the most positive ways to get back on track is with debt consolidation. According to an article by cheatsheet.com, 30 percent of your FICO score … Read More

Debt Consolidation – Combating Holiday Credit Card Debt

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Debt Consolidations

Setting Financial Goals By planning ahead, it’s easy to combat holiday credit card debt that puts you behind with New Year’s resolutions and financial goals. According to an article by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the best approach is to plan ahead to avoid holiday binge buying. By talking to a Christian credit counselor, you learn about debt consolidation. Whether you sign … Read More

Three Reasons To Go With Debt Consolidation

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Debt Consolidation

It does not take long to realize that debt is a real problem. When paying bills or trying to ignore a collector’s calls gets overwhelming you know that you need help. It seems as though the solutions are impossible. Money will not fall from the sky. Is bankruptcy your only choice? No! Debt consolidation is a real solution and here … Read More

Debt Consolidation When Underestimating Your Debt

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Debt Consolidation

When it comes to unpleasant realities such as massive credit card debt, a lot of people underestimate what they owe. It is natural to want to believe things are in a better financial situation than you really are. With the help of a certified credit counselor, you can face your debt as well as address it with a debt consolidation … Read More