A Simple Strategy For Personal Debt Relief and Economic Recovery

While the United States economy appeared on a trajectory of unstoppable economic growth, the pandemic collapsed this unprecedented era of expansion. Although much of the economic downturn that followed in 2020 was blamed on the lockdowns and the ensuing collapse of businesses and the rise of unemployment, there is much more to the story. The pandemic didn’t create a debt crisis, but only uncovered...

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Don’t Give in to Pandemic Panic – Realistically Reassess Your Finances

Over 840,000 people applied for unemployment benefits in the first week of October. How sad it is that 840,000 people applying for unemployment, instead of 1 million, is considered progress. The point is that the state of your personal finances has probably been obscenely disrupted by the pandemic. Don’t fall into pandemic panic. And don’t pretend everything is normal so you can continue conducting...

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2 Money Mistakes Keeping You in a Debt-Cycle

Did you know that the average person owes over $90,500 in debts? That is because debt is a like a viral financial mindset. The average person mired in debt can only create money by generating more debt. This is a debt-cycle mindset created and perpetuated by desperation and complacency. I am not judging you. I have been broke, homeless, and it took me a decade to learn I had fostered a debt-cycle...

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How To Pay Your Loan Off Early During COVID-19

Photo credit: Images of Money via Flickr While many of us are in survival mode during the current pandemic, there is actually no better time to get ahead in our financial situation in order to set us up for financial wellness in the future. Particularly for young adults, the current situation has presented us with some unique opportunities we may have not had before. jQuery(window).load(function(){ ...

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