Every year the December holiday bills arrive and some people do an awesome job of surviving them without debt but others get a big January surprise when the bills roll in. It doesn’t have to be the end of the world, even though it might feel like it. Let’s talk about what to do after you open all the bills ... Read More »
The following guest post was contributed by Bailey Harris. Bailey writes about health insurance quotes and related topics. If you would like to contribute a guest post, click here. Tips for Paying Off Holiday Debt No matter how much you may enjoy the holiday season, it is not unusual to feel a tiny bit of relief when it’s finally over. ... Read More »
Demanding in-laws, children, spouses and siblings. Any or all of these can cause you to pull your hair out during the holiday season. Add this to the financial pressures exerted on your wallet at this time of year and you have a recipe for potential disaster. With not enough time for everyone and everything, it can be tempting to try ... Read More »
If you usually find yourself in January and February facing a stack of bills from holiday shopping, resolve that this year you aren’t going to let the spending get out of hand. Decide that your holiday memories are going to be happy ones, not headaches! Following are strategies for spending less while enjoying your holidays a lot more. Credit Strategies ... Read More »
Christmas Bills, Holiday Bills, Kwanzaa Bills, And Chanukah Bills Are Coming. Here is What to Do When It’s Time to Pay Them And You Can’t.
Every single year a new crop of unprepared consumers gets blindsided by the post holiday bills which begin to arrive after the middle of January. It is a predictable phenomena. Credit counselors and debt counselors get really slow before the holidays and then slammed when those post holiday bills roll in. And even though many promised to not overspend this ... Read More »