Debt Counseling So Your Credit Card Debt Doesn’t Sabotage Retirement

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Debt Counseling

Some seniors use credit cards as a way to fund their travels in retirement, while others use them just to get their basics needs met. By receiving debt counseling you can prevent the senior credit card trap in the future. Young people who talk to trained credit counselors often learn the basic personal finance rules that help them save for … Read More

Debt Consolidation So You Become More Responsible with Credit Card Debt

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Debt Consolidation

Financial experts say some Americans are becoming more responsible with credit card debt. One of the secrets of taking responsibility for your consumer debt without going broke is to consolidate credit card debt at a lower interest rate. With the help of trained professionals at a Christian credit counseling organization, you can fulfill your obligations to creditors while enjoying your … Read More

Budget Boss

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Budget Boss: Command Your Finances by Creating and Monitoring a Budget Looking for a way to improve your financial situation and set yourself up for financial success in the future? Christian Credit Counselors, a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) with a mission to provide free financial education to individuals and families both locally and nationwide, is now offering a free, online webinar … Read More

Debt Counseling to Boost Your ‘Grade’ in Financial Literacy

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Debt Counseling

Even if you are no longer in school, you can still learn helpful financial lessons and improve your “grade” in personal finance through debt counseling. According to a recent article by nerdwallet.com, 2 out of 5 Americans say they would earn a C, D or F if someone graded them on their personal finance knowledge. The article cited a survey … Read More

Christian Credit Counseling for a Positive Relationship with Money

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Christian Credit Counseling

Some people have a negative attitude about money even though managing personal finances benefits family and the overall society. According to a recent piece by time.com, there are 10 characteristics of people with zero debt. When you get Christian credit counseling, you might not adopt all 10 of the habits immediately, but you begin a transformation that results in a … Read More

5 Tips for Getting a Fresh Perspective with Debt Counseling

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Debt Counseling

When you feel hopeless about your credit card debt, it is common to have an outer environment that reflects your inner turmoil. By getting a fresh perspective with debt counseling, you overcome the signs of financial neglect such as unopened bills, disorganized purses stuffed with crumbled up receipts and tags left on clothing or other impulse purchases. A certified and … Read More

Making Sure Debt Doesn’t Grow Back after Debt Consolidation

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Debt Consolidation

One of the traps some people fall into is failing to figure out why they got into debt before consolidating. Debt consolidation is a positive solution for runaway debt, especially when combined with sound Christian credit counseling. According to a recent article by nasdaq.com, revolving debt made up mostly of credit card debt reached $900 billion for the nation. Experts … Read More