Last Updated 17th September, 2014 It’s an age-old financial dilemma: you want to save for the future—maybe to better prepare for retirement or to help pay for your kid’s college education—but you’re dealing with today’s bills.So how do you strike a proper balance and juggle current obligations while simultaneously saving for the years ahead?Here are […]
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach
Last Updated 15th September, 2014 Dealing with debt collection agencies is never pleasant and you may find that some are especially persistent —and rude. While debt collectors are required to follow certain laws and regulations, many are guilty of bending or breaking the rules. It’s important to remember that debt collectors are trained to do […]
Last Updated 9th September, 2014 A new study from BankRate.com has found that 63% of Millennials in the U.S. – those between the ages of 18 and 29 – don’t have a single credit card. I’ll admit: I was initially surprised by this new data. At first blush, I wouldn’t have guessed that young […]
Last Updated 8th September, 2014 A reader on AskTheMoneyCoach.com wants to know what to do about debt she can no longer afford to pay due to the loss of the family’s primary breadwinner.