Debt Counseling When You Show Signs of Overspending

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling, Debt

Debt Counseling

Some people use the New Year as a time to make positive changes such as overcoming overspending habits. If you show signs of having an overspending habit, it makes financial sense to receive debt counseling. With certified and trained credit counselors, it is simple to get your finances back on track. According to a piece by, most people do … Read More

Feeling Financially Overextended? Debt Counseling Can Help!

Jeanne McTaggartCredit Counseling, Debt

Debt Counseling

If you find yourself with more bills than money at the end of the month and are faced with making a decision about which over-the-limit credit card to placate with a minimum payment, you owe it to yourself to try debt counseling through Christian Credit Counselors. It can be frightening and overwhelming to find yourself with a mountain of debt … Read More

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

Debt Consolidation Tips When Working to Save for Retirement

Jeanne McTaggartDebt, Debt Consolidation

Debt Consolidation

When your credit card debt gets in the way of saving for retirement, it is frustrating. According to an article by, 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

Overcoming Shame of Credit Card Debt with Positive Debt Counseling

Jeanne McTaggartDebt

Some people feel shamed or embarrassed by their credit card debt. By receiving debt counseling from positive and upbeat credit counselors, you can overcome fears associated with budgeting, debt and money management. According to an article by, most young people realize that credit card debt creates a burden. However, it is common for people starting out to rely on … 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

Finances, Debt Counseling, and Marriage

Jeanne McTaggartBudgeting, Debt

Debt Counseling

Money and Marital Bliss According to the Huffington Post, marriage is not just an emotional commitment but a financial one as well. When you enter into a marriage, you often share wealth as well as debt. Money problems are the top reasons cited for marital conflicts. When you seek debt counseling with your spouse, you are more likely to build financial … 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