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Millionaires: Seven Myths Completely Debunked

When most Americans think about how millionaires live, there is no shortage of mythology and toxicity. Jealousy, envy, and spite are frequent reactions during conversations about wealthy people with those who are not themselves wealthy. The worst part about it is that those attitudes and worldviews are some of the biggest impediments to creating wealth … Continue reading Millionaires: Seven Myths Completely Debunked

Student Loan Servicers Are Changing; Here’s What You Need to Know

The Department of Education announced that it is signing new contracts for the federally insured student loan program. They will not renew contracts with current student loan servicers and will have new companies take over the management of your student loans. This could mean some changes to your repayment plan, so pay attention to this … Continue reading Student Loan Servicers Are Changing; Here’s What You Need to Know

Your Rights Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

Every day, thousands of Americans are harassed by collectors looking to get paid. These agents abuse debtors by threatening them, verbally and emotionally abusing them, and harassing them throughout their daily lives. Fortunately, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is your friend and is here to help. But to use this tool, you need to … Continue reading Your Rights Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

Managing Your Debt When Medical Bills Are A Large Portion of It

Guest post from Linda Richardson. Hello there! I hope that amid the craziness of the COVID world you and your family are making it through! Our economies are gradually starting to reopen and people are returning to work, but something that may be on many people’s minds is how to pay back significant medical bills … Continue reading Managing Your Debt When Medical Bills Are A Large Portion of It

“I Just Received A Large Sum of Money; How Should I Handle It?”

I work with people in a wide variety of situations. Many are paycheck-to-paycheck, struggling to make ends meet, and looking to pay off debt. Some, however, have received large sums of money from inheritances, settlements, and commissions, and are wondering what to do with this large sum. Each and every time, there is a certain … Continue reading “I Just Received A Large Sum of Money; How Should I Handle It?”

Five Tips On How to Excel at Working from Home

Since a lot of people are working from home for a while and may continue to do so for the foreseeable future, I thought I'd share what I've learned after working from home for several years. I greatly enjoyed my work from home time, but there were some trade-offs that I had to learn how … Continue reading Five Tips On How to Excel at Working from Home

Worried About a Recession? Here’s What You Can Do to Prepare

Many people are concerned about the United States falling into another recession. Here's what you can do starting right now to prepare.

As a Financial Coach, Here’s Why I Cannot Stand Social Security

As a financial coach, I focus on how behaviors and mentalities affect my clients' results. I also sometimes consider how public policy affects these results as well, and sometimes have to say something about how legislators' actions affect what we can and cannot do; Social Security is just one of those policies that irks me … Continue reading As a Financial Coach, Here’s Why I Cannot Stand Social Security

Smart Financial Planning Tips for Young Adults

Guest post from Chris Haymon of Adulting Digest. Millennials are fairly well-established in the workforce, and now Generation Z, those born in the late 1990s and early 2000s, are now entering the workforce. Unfortunately, the BBC reports that many of today’s young adults are working more (and earning less) than previous generations did in their … Continue reading Smart Financial Planning Tips for Young Adults

One Investing Chart Shows Why the Long Term is What Really Matters

We're now in the '20s, can you believe it? Cue the jazz music and all-time stock market highs from all that investing! Well, perhaps jazz music won't be as popular as it was a century ago, but we have had a rather vibrant economy at the moment as we did in the 1920s, and the … Continue reading One Investing Chart Shows Why the Long Term is What Really Matters

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