If you are in the military and feeling overwhelmed by debt and struggling to keep afloat, there are programs and experts that can help you. Read more to find out how you can get help.
Often mom's who are the primary wage earner for the families struggle with making ends meet and trying to fulfill the needs of their families. Help is available, you just have to know where to turn.
Fraud doesn't only include opening new accounts, many types of fraud occur on accounts that are already open and in use. Find out what you can do to protect your personal information.
One client shares his story of becoming debt free and building a wonderful credit future.
I just wanted to take the time and thank you for your time today. I know I can pay off all of my stuff, I just needed to hear it from an outsider.
The days of using balance transfers to get out of debt are not over, but there are certain stipulations you should know before you sign up.
Over the past ten years, we have learned that housing sales contribute enormously to our national economy, but how do those house sales impact our own pocket books and how do we know what we really can afford?
We have heard that applying for credit can impact our credit score. One or two inquiries may have little effect on the numbers, but having several in a year can take its toll. Those applications can have a greater negative effect if they are for credit card accounts.
Often targets for bogus financial services, military members, veterans and their families need ways to monitor their credit.
We see the commercials telling us to check our credit reports, but many people do not. Here are three examples of why we should take the time to get our reports.