In the previous post, we went through the steps to freeze our credit. We did this to protect ourselves. But what happens if we apply for a new loan or credit card? We now have a credit freeze and will most likely be denied immediately. We now need to unfreeze credit.
Freeze Your Credit? This phrase was used, but I never heard it so much until the Equifax hack in 2017. When we google “Equifax hack”, we are flooded with articles. It’s scary since Equifax is one of the major consumer credit reporting agencies. Here’s some info to help you.
In Part 1 of this Medicare series I talked about signing up for Medicare and the various alternatives: Part A, B, C, and D. That sounds complex! So let’s break it down to some basic information and also give you some phone numbers to get started.
You may be close, or you may know someone who is close to 65. It’s time . . . you’ve heard about it. Yes, it’s time to figure out this whole Medicare thing. But where do you even begin? Today, let’s back up and learn some basics to make this journey a little better.
Sending a kid to college can be overwhelming. Just wading through the potential scholarship and loan options can be exhausting. But once all of that is done, you may still be left with the lingering thought: “What do I still need to think about?”
Money fears can be horrible. We just talked about taking the first step to reduce money anxiety: Begin to Track your Money. Now let’s talk about how that information can be powerful to help you make money decisions. Are you ready to Commit … One step at a time.
Money Anxiety. As an accountant who works with clients, I hear about it! We all have our strengths and we all have areas that are struggles. My strength: accounting for money; my struggles: several. But, if taking care of your money is not your strength, let’s get started.
Really … Many people worry. We accountants look at numbers daily. We see a lot. So many times when a client has issues, we are not “surprised”. Let’s start with an understanding that money worries is a problem affecting the majority of people.