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August 8th, 2022

How to Mend Credit Post-Bankruptcy

Deciding whether or not to file bankruptcy is a personal decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The types of bankruptcy are different, but it is intended to help individuals start anew. While bankruptcy can be a financial relief from bill collectors and past-due accounts, filing bankruptcy and having debts forgiven through the bankruptcy proceedings can

How to Mend Credit Post-Bankruptcy
Creative Ways to Gain Financial Freedom and Pay Off Debt
August 8th, 2022

Creative Ways to Gain Financial Freedom and Pay Off Debt

Written by:  Marcela De Vivo

The bills never cease. Walking to the mailbox only to find more demands for payment, delinquent notices and credit card bills serves only to remind an individual of their debts. The expenses now have exceeded the monthly income, and the financial mountain of doom and gloom seems inescapable. Is there an escape to debt outside

How to Get Financial Hardship Help
May 5th, 2021

How to Get Financial Hardship Help

Written by:  Admin

In 2019, it was reported that nearly one-fifth of working adults in the U.S. had no money set aside to cover unexpected expenses. This same report also revealed that 31% of adults have less than $500 set aside for these expenses. The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly exacerbated the problem, leaving millions of people unemployed and

What is the Impact of Coronavirus on the Budget of American Families?
May 3rd, 2021

What is the Impact of Coronavirus on the Budget of American Families?

Written by:  Admin

While we are still in the thick of the pandemic, the full financial impact of the coronavirus isn’t yet completely known. Most Americans are currently abiding by social distancing guidelines and shelter in place orders.  Going to work or school, meeting up for activities, and frequenting restaurants is the normal day-to-day routine for many of