What Not to Procrastinate

We all have a lot going on in our lives and often have to pick and choose what we accomplish during any given week. Yet, there are some financial responsibilities in our

Methods for Paying Off Debt

If you went a little overboard this past holiday season or didn’t create a budget at all, you may find yourself looking at your credit card statements wondering how

New Money Problems

Every generation brings on problems that we have never had to deal with before and money is no different. With everything around us constantly evolving, there are

Unpaid Debt & Death

When a loved one dies, we are often faced with many difficult choices and situations. One of the more complicated aspects of this aftermath can be finances.

Credit by the Generation

Every generation faces their own financial struggles, some of which include buying a home, paying off debt, or saving for retirement. One major aspect of any healthy

Saving While Paying Down Debt

You’re trying to get your debt paid off as quickly as possible, which is great. Unfortunately, you’ve noticed the negative side to this is you’re not saving as much as

Breaking Bad Money Habits

Everyone has bad habits, some of which we may not even been aware. It’s no different when it comes to your finances. There are small, everyday decisions that you could

Debt & Mortgages

A home is a major financial undertaking. Not only do you have to make your monthly payments, but there's things like home repairs, insurance, potential HOA fees, and

Create Debt Elimination Plan - Financial Fitness Plan

According to a recent article from NerdWallet, the average American household carries a credit card balance of $16,748. Regardless of your own personal amount of