Why Debt Consolidation Even When You Have a Good Job

Jeanne McTaggartDebt Consolidation

Debt Consolidation

Just because you have a great career you love doesn’t mean you don’t need credit counseling. Oftentimes successful people opt for debt consolidation as a way to improve their personal financial situation and eliminate credit card debt. According to a recent piece by fool.com, recent data by ValuePenguin shows middle-aged Americans have the highest credit card balances compared to any … Read More

Debt Counseling and ‘Exit Counseling’ Helps College Students

Jeanne McTaggartDebt Consolidation

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

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

Debt Consolidation to Tackle and End Rising Credit Card Debt

Jeanne McTaggartDebt Consolidation

Debt Consolidation

To end rising credit card debt, consider debt consolidation. During the spring, most people clean their homes and look forward to a tax refund. Other people dread owning the IRS. Whether you owe money or get a refund, debt consolidation can help you stabilize your financial situation. According to a recent article by thealternativedaily.com, there are 7 easy ways to … Read More

Debt Consolidation When Credit Card Debt Reaches a Lifetime High

Jeanne McTaggartDebt Consolidation

Debt Consolidation

If you compare yourself to the average American, you may feel embarrassed or elated by your personal finances. However, many people deal with credit card debt that reached all new highs this past year. According to a recent article by fool.com, you can avoid becoming a bad credit card or debt statistic by looking into debt consolidation. A credit counseling … Read More

Debt Counseling to Control Spending and Get out of Debt

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling, Debt

Debt Counseling

In order to get out of credit card debt for good, it is important to manage money and control spending. According to an article by timesunion.com, Americans racked up more than $50 billion in credit card debt just in the last quarter of 2015. For people who are still behind on paying off holiday debt or who want to start … Read More

Rewards of Debt Counseling When Your Debt Spirals Out of Control

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling, Debt

Debt Counseling

A new study by CardHub shows credit card levels are spiraling out of control and reaching unsustainable levels. Whether you are good at math or not, there are many benefits to debt counseling. With the help of a Christian credit counselor, you get the help you need to overcome your financial challenges. Making positive choices often leads to positive outcomes. … Read More

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 Counseling to Attack Credit Card Debt and Repair Financial Standing

Jeanne McTaggartDebt

Debt Counseling

Tackling credit card debt isn’t a task you have to accomplish on your own. Most people don’t get into an average of $15,000 worth of credit card debt alone. Whether you are a generous person who buys gifts or simply want to support your family, it’s not uncommon to rely on credit cards. According to a recent article by Huffington … Read More