Credit Counseling for Senior Citizens

The older we get, the more important it is that we develop healthy and sound financial practices. Over 25 million Americans over the age of 60 are economically insecure, meaning they live at or below 250% of the federal poverty level. This means that millions of...

6 Ways to Cut Holiday Spending

  It’s no fun to go into the holidays when you’re already in debt. It’s even possible to come out of the holidays in better financial shape if you stick to a few strategies. 1. Create a Holiday Budget Decide how much you can spend overall and...

What To Tell Your Aging Parents About Debt

What to Tell Your Aging Parents About Debt Retirement can be an [ideal] time or a struggle depending on how well you’ve prepared. Four in five households approaching retirement hold debt, a ratio that has remained steady for several decades. Debt forces a growing...

Tips to Overcoming Debt after Separations

Take control of all debt When becoming more aware of your finances after separations, it is normal to be tight on money. However, don’t ignore the debt problem.  Here are some tips to overcoming debt after your...

Decision Made – Now What?

You’ve had the talk with your loved ones and they are on board with moving into a senior community. That’s great! But now what? Where to start? There are literally hundreds of communities around the Valley that offer different services and rates. It can be very...