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    Minimum Credit Card Payments Put a Freeze on Christmas Cheer

    Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

    According to a Gallup poll, last year, the average Christmas spending among households with children younger than 18 living at home was $1,092.  What if you were to put that amount on your credit card and pay minimum payments, how long would it take to pay it off and how much would you spend?  Of […]

    Credit 101 For Your Kids

    Monday, June 15th, 2015

    Children finally reaching 18 can be exciting and terrifying. Parents can experience the entire spectrum of emotions regarding their child becoming an adult. The newly minted adults can react just as broadly. One of the most important issues causing stress is finances. As an adult, the child is introduced to a new world of financial […]

    Credit is Not Bad!

    Friday, March 6th, 2015

    In honor of National Financial Awareness Day, we’re going to talk about the good and the bad of credit. To be totally financially aware requires a degree of knowledge about credit. What is credit and why is it such a heated topic? Different financial gurus will call for anywhere from no use of credit to […]

    Build Wealth By Building Your Credit Score

    Sunday, February 8th, 2015

    Today is Laugh and Grow Rich Day, so we’re going to talk about wealth and credit. Okay, okay. This is a blog on a credit consulting company’s website. Of course we’re going to make a big deal about credit scores and credit reports. And naturally we’re going to promote the use of the resources available […]

    Top Ways Americans Waste Money

    Monday, January 19th, 2015

    The one money problem that most Americans never struggle with is having too much money. Money seems to disappear into the abyss as quickly as it comes in. Although most money use is predictable and necessary, Americans still waste a lot of money. Below is a list of some of the biggest ways hard earned […]

    Are you an average spender?

    Monday, January 12th, 2015

    We know that our presidents are big spenders, just look at the growing national debt, but what about the average American? It is hard to compare with debt in the trillions of dollars, so looking at average Americans is much more useful. It is widely reported that Americans are “Spenders” not “Savers” as the average […]

    Credit Education – Avoid the School of Hard Knocks

    Monday, December 1st, 2014

    Americans have been given a D rating for their credit knowledge. Education on credit matters clearly should be a priority as credit has far reaching consequences beyond simple finances. Most Americans learn about credit in a reactionary manner, often in response to financial setbacks. If many adults hardly know about it, how should we expect […]

    Credit and Self-Discipline

    Monday, November 24th, 2014

    “Credit is a tool.” “Credit is a curse.” “Credit allows you to live a more complete life.” “Credit traps people to live beyond their means.” The arguments go on and on, back and forth. Like most diametrically opposed arguments, it just isn’t that simple. Credit is not, and should not be, all or nothing. What […]

    A Penny for These Thoughts

    Monday, November 17th, 2014

    This week is Global Entrepreneurship Week, so to honor the creative quest to make trillions of those little pennies, we’ll explore some penny phrases! Some might surprise you, but there is some sage wisdom in the classic penny. A Penny Spent Is… If a penny saved is a penny earned, what does that make a […]

    Saving for a Rainy Day (or Days)

    Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

    Today’s tip is in accordance with November 5th’s holiday, US National Savings Day. Saving is something that Americans are in desperate need of. The following US average statistics on percentage of income saved represent the modern deficiencies with saving: the first quarter of 2014 ended at 3.8%, the high in the last 50 years is […]