You never plan to get a flat tire, chip a tooth, or have to rush the dog to the emergency vet. Most all financial emergencies are unplanned. You don’t know that they’re going to happen; you’re not given any notice. And if you’re like two thirds of Americans, you don’t have enough money to cover… Read More »
You were short on cash and applied for a payday loan. Next thing you know you were approved for one loan and keep getting approved. Before long, you’re in more debt than you can manage, you’re unable to make your minimum monthly payments, payday lenders are calling nonstop, and you don’t know what to do.
It can seem next to impossible to escape the payday loan debt trap. But it’s not; not when you have the right help and a plan in place. We work with clients every day that we help escape the payday loan debt trap. We know it’s possible. We’ve seen it happen hundreds of times. So,… Read More »
Creating a budget should be one of your very first steps on your debt free journey. Creating a plan for your money helps you see where your money is going and holds you accountable. Without a plan, it’s easy to move through the day making decisions that don’t get us closer to our goals. A… Read More »
We work with hundreds of clients every day who are trying to escape the payday loan trap. Each of their stories is very different. However, there’s one common story that we see with nearly every client we work with. They’ve either been a victim of a payday loan scam or have been contacted by someone… Read More »
If you’ve ever had a payday loan, chances are you’ve had multiple. They’re a trap that’s too easy to fall into and too hard to get out of. The easiest way to stay out of the payday loan trap is by avoiding needing payday loans in the first place. Payday loans are typically used when… Read More »
You feel overwhelmed by your debt, but you’re barely getting by already. How could you possibly get out of debt without increasing your income? It’s totally possible. We’re sharing 4 tips to help you pay off debt without increasing your income. But first, it must start with a plan. Unless you make a plan for… Read More »
A low income doesn’t mean that you can’t afford to get out of debt. You can! It just takes a little extra work to find the extra cash that’s lying around your house and in your monthly budget. You’re already taking the first step by reading this. So, keep going. Read the our 5 tips… Read More »