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Your Debt Could Be Your Chance to Triumph

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Posted in: Debt, Debt Relief, Debt Settlement

Another Tip From Financial Expert and Shark Tank Star Barbara Corcoran: I’ve been quoted as saying “Everything great in my life always happened on the heels of failure” and to some, that may be a strange thing to say. But failure has taught me how to be great at taking a hit and getting back
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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Budget

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Posted in: Budgeting, Money

Making New Year’s resolutions for your budget is easy, but following through is a different story. The number one reason most resolutions fail is because they are unattainable. That’s why it’s important to set realistic goals for yourself. Here are a few simple ideas to trim down your budget and support your progress in the
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Life After Debt: Apps That Help You Grow Your Money

Posted in: Budgeting, Money

These apps could help you save more, spend smarter, and build bigger savings.   Mint Budgeting App CNN Money called this the “Cadillac of money management apps” and it’s easy to see why. Once you’ve set it up and linked all your creditors and bank accounts, it: Automatically pays your bills on time Tracks all
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Life After Debt: Easy Ways to Keep Saving

Posted in: Budgeting, Money

By now you’ve become a pro at this saving thing right? But learning new habits for saving money is never a bad thing — especially if they’re easy like these: Question your reason for buying. Next time you go shopping, stop right before you get to the checkout and look at what you’re about to
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Staying on Schedule: Why Consistent Deposits Matter

Posted in: Debt Relief, Debt Settlement

What is your Dedicated Account? It is the account into which you make your monthly program deposit. It holds funds until enough have accumulated for us to negotiate settlements on your behalf. After you approve a settlement we’ve negotiated for you, the settlement amount gets paid to your creditor from this account. It’s your account,
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Getting to be Debt Free: 5 Keys for Success

Posted in: Debt Relief, Debt Settlement

Here’s how to make the most of your Freedom Debt Relief program. Number 1 – Remember we’re a team Together we share one goal: Your financial freedom. And to help you get there faster, we count on you to: Make deposits to your Dedicated Account Review and authorize settlements quickly Keep us posted on all
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How Well Do You Know Money?

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Do you know how many times you can fold a bill back and forth before it tears? How about where the first U.S. coins were produced? Take our fun money facts quiz and see how you score.

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