4 Tips For A Successful ‘Staycation’

Spring break is upon us and although we would all like to jet off to sandy beaches, ski resorts, or Disney World it’s not always in the schedule or in the budget…but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a vacation! Whether you have a whole week or only a weekend there are many ways to…
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How To Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy

Most people I work with are very concerned about improving their credit scores post-bankruptcy. This is a good thing since nearly all important transactions like finding a job, buying insurance, financing a car or home, or even renting an apartment may well depend on your credit score. The good news is you can have excellent…
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5 Tips To Retire Debt Free

No matter how old you are, you may have found yourself dreaming about retirement…thinking about traveling the world, sipping umbrella drinks on a white sandy beach, or volunteering with your favorite organization. Hopefully, retirement will be everything you want it to be. But next time you’re daydreaming, look at your retirement with a new twist.…
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7 Cheap Or Free Family Fun Activities

Finding ways to entertain a family is certainly not challenging, with the onslaught of bigger and better (and more expensive) entertainment options. We now have giant movie screens that encompass 360 degrees, malls with amusement parks inside of them, and giant water parks seemingly in every town with more than one hotel. The problem is,…
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Budgeting 101: To Spend Or Not To Spend, That Is The Question

Do you have an actual spending plan for those purchases that vary from day to day or do you just wing it? Many consumers will admit that they are totally unaware of when they are overspending and some don’t really see this as a problem. You might blindly swipe your debit card when you get…
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