4 Tips To Help Manage Your Personal Finances Better

Managing personal finances. It can be a challenge for various reasons. Regarding personal finance management, your goal might be to make positive changes to your financial circumstance and live more comfortably. The question is, how can you begin to manage your personal finances more simply? And which steps can you take to stay on top … Read more

Paying Off Debt—9 Strategies to Try

Nothing beats the feeling of freedom you can achieve by being debt-free. Yet the average American is carrying $92,727 in debt. Paying off debt—whether it’s student loans, credit cards or more—can be a challenge. Everyone’s financial situation is different, and this list is not exhaustive of all existing strategies, but here’s a look at some … Read more

The Ultimate Consumer Guide to Checking Out a Debt Relief Company Before You Sign On the Line

It’s probably a bad idea to start off with a negative but here it is, people in the debt relief industry are going to hate this article. Even friends of mine in the industry will be bummed. And why, because this article will tell you everything you need to look for when checking out a … Read more

In Debt After the Holidays? These 8 Tips Can Helpholiday

While the holidays are an exciting time, they often come with a hefty price tag. If you’ve overspent on gifts, travel, parties and other things during the holidays, you’re not alone. Consumers expect to spend more than an average of $1,000 during the 2019 holiday season, according to a survey from the National Retail Federation. If you’re … Read more

How to Get the Right Help for Debt Problems – Get Out of Debt Guy Show

In this show, I share some critical information and advice with you on how not to become a victim or get scammed when you are searching for debt relief help. Having financial problems can be scary enough but who can you trust and who should you turn to when you are looking for good options … Read more

Worth a Read – “The Couple in That Horrifying, Viral Personal Finance Diary Is a Sad Indictment of Capitalism”

Jordan Weissmann over at Slate posted this article recently. Weissmann was in somewhat disbelief that the post “Debt: A Love Story” could be a truthful representation of a couples financial condition. “To be entirely honest, I didn’t really believe the Kate and Tom story was real when I first read it. It was just too … Read more

I Can Guarantee to Make All Your Credit Card Debt and Student Loans Magically Go Away Fast And You’ll Have Better Credit

Yes, that’s right. As many consumers know, when they call one of the many commissioned sales representatives at the average debt relief company they hear about the incredible things the company can do to make debt go away. But did they tell you about the following potential benefits? If you’ve talked to a company who … Read more

Help Available for Seniors and Disabled Persons With Old Debt They Cannot Afford to Pay

It has been hard to find resources to assist senior citizens who are struggling with debt. Not only are they scared and confused about what to do, they just don’t have the money to pay for the right help. Well along come this non-profit law firm to assist seniors and I’ve heard a lot of … Read more

Debt and Introspection Are More Related Than You Think

It seems more problems remain constant. Here is something I wrote in 2002 that I never published. The points presented hold the test of time. – Steve Why are people victims? Why are some people always the brunt of pranks, jokes, gaffes and catastrophes and others are not? Over the years of helping people with … Read more