debt liquidation

Debt Liquidation: Is It Right for You?

Consumer debt liquidation can take on many forms — from selling off personal assets to declaring Chapter 7 bankruptcy. All of these options should be carefully considered before beginning any. Financial liquidation is defined as converting assets into cash in… read more

financial mindfulness

Financial Mindfulness During a Crisis

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 3,283,000 people filed for unemployment benefits the week of March 21. This year has been a chaotic and devastating rollercoaster, as COVID-19 wreaks havoc on people’s health, financial stability and daily lives. This… read more

What is Holding You Back From Retirement?

In working with our financial adviser to roll over some retirement funds from previous employers, my husband and I began discussing different things that we could do to be able to put more money aside for retirement. There are several… read more

diversity your finances

How Do You Diversify Your Finances?

When you hear “diversify your finances,” what do you think? When it comes to your finances, do you know where your money is? Are all of your eggs in one basket or are you confused about what to do because… read more

9 Vacations For Every Budget!

by April Tisher and Renee Castro We all want to get away sometimes, whether it’s taking a local trip just for the day, or flying across the world for a week. No matter what your budget is, there is a… read more

Healthy on a Dime

By Lauren Fischer If you had a money tree, your grocery cart would be piled high with organic everything. But like your parents always said, money does not grow on trees. High-quality food is important, but so is paying your… read more

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