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Rethinking Renewal

Very little introduction, or point of context, is needed when you mention the word pandemic these days. In this article, Joshua Fields Millburn of the Minimalists brings an interesting perspective to the concept of renewal in light of the pandemic and how – quite possibly – a new normal that is grounded in intentionally moving […]

Navigating A Financial Crisis

As we make our way through another week of the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to see how the crisis reaches far beyond just the healthcare sector of our economy. The stock market continues to plummet, and financial experts are becoming more vocal with their concerns about the realized and potential economic fallout that will ripple […]

Protecting yourself during COVID-19

“During uncertain times, scammers often attempt to prey on the fear and empathy of potential victims. This pandemic leaves many particularly vulnerable, as more people are beginning to work remotely. That’s why we want to make sure you are aware of the tactics being used to access your personal information. Here are a few to […]

Flattening The Curve

This week’s blog needs little introduction – we are in the throngs of a global pandemic and we are all striving to do our part to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19. I hope you find this article insightful during these trying times, and I pray health and wellness for each and every one of your […]

Don’t think you can afford an attorney? What is $0 Down Bankruptcy Filing?

This is a question that I get asked alot when I first talk with prospective clients about filing for bankruptcy relief. I mean, if you are having financial troubles to begin with, you usually don’t have a lot of extra money lying around to pay attorney’s fees, right? This is why we do not require […]

Spring Cleaning, Anyone?

There is just something about the spring that makes it seem like the ideal time to tidy up all areas of our lives – the physical, emotional, and financial. Here are some tips to take care of the physical aspects of your spring cleaning. While you’re at it, why not spring clean your finances as […]

Protect Your Identity!

Did you know that identity theft and bankruptcy often go hand in hand? An increasingly unfortunate symptom of the online world that we live in is the ease with which scammers can obtain and use personal information to take out loans, open credit cards, file fraudulent tax returns and strong-arm folks into handing over their […]

Bankruptcy in the News

It’s only Wednesday and we already have news of two major bankruptcy filings taking place this week: Boy Scouts of America and Pier-1 Imports have each filed for bankruptcy protection. While controversy abounds with regards to the Boy Scouts of America filing, Pier-1 Imports unfortunately seems to be just another of several big-brand retailers that […]

Does your food budget need an overhaul?

The early part of the year seems like the best time to reassess both your financial health, and your actual health. Have you considered how small changes to your food budget can make a BIG difference to both your waistline and your bottom line? Here are some simple tips from Medi-Share to help jump start […]

Are you “Sandwiched In”?

A term coined years ago, being “Sandwiched In” can happen to just about anyone, and often it sneaks up on us. Here is practical advice for those in the “Sandwiched In” generation – and how to best shift our thinking, and our finances, during those tricky, in-between years.