BANKRUPTCY NEWS AND ARTICLES


Nov 6, 2019 Debt Payoff Methods: All About the Blizzard Approach
So you have debt. As you probably know, you’re suffering in good company. According to the Federal Reserve, total household debt is at a staggering $13.86 trillion — and has been steadily climbing. While you might be one of millions... Full Story ...
Nov 5, 2019 What You Need to File with FAFSA
Filling out the FAFSA is one of those tasks that’s easy to keep putting off. It’s boring, time-consuming and notoriously complicated – for students as well as parents. But as many prospective college students have learned, ignoring it comple...
Oct 31, 2019 Scary Money Mistakes From The Freelancer Files
During my first years of freelancing, I diligently logged every assignment, its due date, and the rate. I was proud of staying on top of my freelance work spreadsheets.  How naive I was.   When I finally hired an accountant to... Full Story The po...
Oct 30, 2019 Best Ways to Winterize Your Home and Save Money
How much do you pay for heating? Depending on where you live, it’s a good chunk of money during the wintertime. Even though we live in the South (in lovely Raleigh!), we’re not immune to getting some cold weather.   With winter coming... Full Stor...
Oct 28, 2019 Super Affordable Halloween Costumes
Dressing up for Halloween is one of the best parts of the holiday, especially if you’re a creative person. But buying a Halloween costume can get expensive, with many costing more than $50 a pop. And unless you plan to... Full Story The post Super...
Oct 28, 2019 9 Budget-Friendly Ways to Throw a Friendsgiving Feast + Printables
You may not find it on an official calendar anywhere, but Friendsgiving is a newer holiday that has gained popularity in recent years. Much like Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving is a time to gather around the table with loved ones in the... Full Story ...
Oct 24, 2019 How to Afford the Holidays this Year: The Skip and Stagger Approach
If you’re like me, the upcoming holiday season brings with it a mix of excitement and dread. While you might love the spirit of Christmas — holiday jingles, festive gatherings with those near and dear to you, the aroma of... Full Story The post Ho...
Oct 23, 2019 How to Get the Most out of Your 401K and More
Open enrollment season is here!   We’re expecting to receive a big packet from human resources with all the options and benefits that our employers’ offer. While I won’t say that this is an exciting thing, we are eager to go over... Full Story The...
Oct 22, 2019 How Much Should Your Monthly Grocery Budget Be?
Your grocery bill can add up fast. From dinner entrées to snack items, the amount you spend makes a difference in your budget. Luckily, there are some guidelines to ensure you’re not overspending. The USDA publishes a monthly food plan... Full Sto...
Oct 21, 2019 Spooktacular Ways to Save on an Epic Halloween Party
My birthday is on Halloween, so every year I get super excited. I plan what my costume will be, decide how I want to celebrate and text all my friends to let them know. Last year, I was finally able... Full Story The post Spooktacular Ways to Save...