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3 Simple Ways to Spring Clean Your Budget

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Posted in: Budgeting, Debt, Money, Uncategorized

While you’re working to get your home spick and span, make sure to spend some time giving your budget a little TLC too. Here are 3 ways to freshen up your finances this spring. Change with the season We’re looking forward to swapping out our winter coats for light spring jackets, and when the weather
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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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NEWS RELEASE

Posted in: Debt, Debt Relief, Debt Settlement, News Release

Contacts: Aimee Bennett, Fagan Business Communications, 303-843-9840, aimee@faganbusinesscommunications.com Kevin Gallegos, Freedom Financial Network, 602-427-9401, kgallegos@freedomfinancialnetwork.com Freedom Financial Network Announces Record Results for First Quarter of 2016 — Industry leader negotiates debt at rate of nearly $155,000 per hour — SAN MATEO, Calif., April 14, 2016 — Freedom Financial Network (FFN), the largest negotiator of consumer
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Debt and Divorce

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We all know how fairy tales are supposed to end. You find the person of your dreams, get married, and live happily ever after. For some people, this really does happen, but for millions of others, this fantasy is cut short. So many marriages end in divorce these days, and along with the pain that
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What Caused You To Go Into Debt?

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There are many reasons why people go into debt. Sometimes, it is  due to circumstances beyond their control. Other times, it stems from  poor financial habits. Whatever the reason, we need to recognize the root of the problem and actively work to resolve it. Otherwise, it is very easy to get stuck in the vicious cycle
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What’s your biggest motivation for resolving debt?

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Getting out of debt can be an overwhelming process. It’s just like changing any bad habit – uncomfortable to start, but you know it’s good for you. While it isn’t easy to tighten your budget while resolving debt, the end result will be completely worth it. Take our poll today: What’s your biggest motivation for
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How to Prioritize Your Debt Payments

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In order to get started with a plan to resolve your debt, you will need to take a look at your overall debt picture and come up with a practical spending plan. This usually starts with tracking your monthly expenses and deciding how to distribute payments. Tailor your spending plan to your needs and adjust
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3 Reasons People Stay In Debt

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People get into debt for various reasons, sometimes for things beyond their control. Though it may not be easy, some debtors will take the necessary steps to resolve debt, learn from their experiences, and make the effort to live within their means. Then there are others who can’t seem to avoid debt, no matter how
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Debt, Diets, and Dinosaurs

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Overeating and debt have a lot in common.  Like the facility of chugging ice-cold eggnog, it’s easy to charge things on your credit card in a frenzy of impulse buys. For instance, the act of going to the grocery store on an empty stomach can encompass both gluttony and spendthrift. As your stomach is growling
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Financial Lessons from the Hunger Games

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A few weeks ago, I went to see the second movie in The Hunger Games franchise, Catching Fire. Yes, I may be a little bit biased but it really was amazing! If you haven’t seen the movies or read the books yet, I’ll give you fair warning – now’s the time to turn back. There
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