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If you struggle with problematic financial behaviors, you are not alone. The truth is that the average American likely deals with some sort of money problem. Overcoming avoidance, dread, putting it off is not easy. The first step is the hardest part. We should jump in and just do it. It sounds simple but it can get complicated.
Most of us are trying to handle the pandemic by wearing a mask, social distancing and frequent hand-washing. Some are taking advantage of the pandemic to rip people off. Scammers are always looking for new opportunities, like the passage of another round of federal stimulus, to rip off consumers.
Consider this … a big refund means you are giving the IRS more money during the year than you have to. Also when the IRS sends you a refund, it doesn’t come to you with interest.
February 15, 2016: CHES, Inc. announces the launch of a new & innovative Credit Restoration program. “Build, Restore, Engage” is designed to provide clients with one-on-one financial & credit coaching, secure 24/7 online access to account information, budgeting tools, financial calculators, and a money management education course. “Build, Restore, Engage,” is designed to fit your Read More
Counselors who help homeowners avoid foreclosure are becoming scarce By: Mark Davis www.kansascity.com Mark Davis’s Road to Riches columns appear on Saturday. To reach him, write in care of the business desk at 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64108, call (816) 234-4372 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Debara Anderson nearly lost her fight against Read More