Credit card debt

Five Financial Steps to Take Right Now to Protect Your Money

This blog provides five key steps to take when dealing with a financial crisis.

Posted on March 25, 2020

Get Out of Debt on Your Own Terms

With the new changes to the FICO credit score, reducing the amount of debt owed will be crucial to a credit score. Here are just a few options for eliminating debt and improving credit scores.

Posted on March 10, 2020

Keeping Up with the New FICO Score

A quick look at the new FICO score along with the other credit scores such as Vantage, that are available to consumers.

Posted on March 10, 2020

Guide to Credit Counseling Services

Credit counseling organizations can advise you on your money and debts, help you with a budget, offer money management workshops and much more.

Posted on February 18, 2020

An Extra $25 a Month Can Save You $2,000 and 18 years on Credit Card Debt

Sometimes people assume you need to make huge extra payments in order to pay off debt quicker. The reality is that making small increases in payments, can go a long way in knocking out debt sooner!

Posted on January 20, 2020

Getting Out of Debt Success - John

A quick glimpse into one client's journey out of debt.

Posted on May 7, 2019

Why You Should Make More Than the Minimum Payment on Your Credit Card

It’s easy to get caught in the trap of making the minimum payment on your credit card. Usually, this payment is manageable, and it staves off late charges for at least another month. However, minimum payments don’t prevent interest from compiling on the balance you’re carrying.

Posted on September 5, 2018

How to Avoid Common Credit Card Fees

What often goes overlooked when people sign credit card agreements is the list of potential fees their card can accrue. Different cards have different kinds of fees, but luckily, many of them are preventable. These are some of the most common credit card fees and how to avoid them.

Posted on July 2, 2018

Important Lending Protections for Military, The Military Lending Act

The Military Lending Act (MLA) says that you can’t be charged an interest rate higher than 36% on most types of consumer loans and provides other significant rights.

Posted on August 7, 2017

Too Much Debt, What to do When You Are Juggling Bills

Useful tools to help you make decisions on paying bills.

Posted on April 19, 2017