fbpx
Get Help Today: 1-888-235-4357

Are You Average? Above Average? Or Below Average?

Strange things are afoot in the world. Gas is over $5.00 per gallon, and Milk is around $4.50 per gallon. Prices are going up, and paychecks are not; yet, we seem to complain instead of looking for solutions that offer us financial freedom. Financial freedom, in fact, starts with [...]

By |2022-07-07T12:55:55-04:00July 7th, 2022|Credit Score, Debt Relief, Financial|0 Comments

Oh, If I Could Just Do It All Over Again

Have you said these words? I have – and I know you have. Inevitably, it means you made a mistake and would like a redo. We all say it, but we know there are no “re-dos.” I most often say this to myself when I think back to the [...]

Stress, Financial Crisis, Garbage Cans, and Let the Sunshine In

The father of a friend of mine passed away. His father was a wonderful guy, but organization was not his thing. My friend was stressed over his death and went into panic mode - sifting through endless stacks of documents. Instead of looking at the documents, he was just [...]

Should I Take The Deal?

Clients often ask me this question and I always ask myself the same question. Sometimes it is in the employment context. Should I accept the offer or ask for more money? In this case, my advice is usually, “Go ahead and ask.” My reasoning is that if they have [...]

The Debt Ceiling Has Two Lessons

Here we go again.  The U.S. will default on its debt obligations if Congress does not act by Thursday. TV coverage makes it sound like we are about to go into the abyss – with the stock market taking a hit once we default. Does this sound familiar? – [...]

By |2021-09-28T10:31:44-04:00September 28th, 2021|Bankruptcy, COVID-19, Credit Card, Credit Score, Debt Relief|0 Comments

Can I Afford To Settle My Credit Card Debt?

Pause for a second and ask, “What does that mean – Can I afford to settle my credit card debt?” Of course, you know it’s a mistake to carry credit card debt and pay usurious rate interest to the credit card companies. If you have $50,000 of credit card [...]

By |2021-09-17T13:00:56-04:00September 17th, 2021|Credit Card, Credit Score, Debt Relief, Financial, Retirement|0 Comments

Let’s Look On The Bright Side

For starters, if you’ve been anywhere other than Texas this week – that’s a good thing. To me, the thought of freezing cold and no water or heat for 4 days is beyond misery. After all, I’m known for three layers of clothes when I golf if it is [...]

It’s Time For A Better Financial Song

The Holiday season has begun . . . but it feels completely different. The Pandemic has put fear regarding our health and economic future center stage at the time we want to be sharing the joy of the season with each other. Depression and mental fatigue are wearing on [...]

What If They Take Away My Available Credit?

There are a number of questions I get asked about Credit Cards – but the two most common are, “What if they take away my Available Credit?” and “What about my Credit Score?” Let’s tackle both of these. The “Available Credit” question stems from a combination of two concerns. [...]

By |2020-09-14T14:24:28-04:00September 14th, 2020|Bankruptcy, COVID-19, Credit Card, Credit Score, Debt Relief|0 Comments

Be Prepared And Learn From Your Mistakes

I was interested in watching the Democratic debate this week to see how Mayor Bloomberg would fare, and to learn more about him. Would he instill in me the passion I’m looking for in a candidate – integrity, respect, candor and respect for our what our Country stands for [...]

By |2020-03-04T09:09:27-05:00March 2nd, 2020|Credit Score, Debt Relief|0 Comments
Go to Top