Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach

Last Updated 29th September, 2014   Millions of Americans have student loan debt – from recent college graduates to people in their 60s. Student loans are the one form of debt you typically can’t get rid of in bankruptcy court, so this debt can stay with you for decades if you don’t pay it off. […]

Last Updated 22nd September, 2014 You’ve probably noticed that retailers are already gearing up for the holidays. So whether you’re ready or not, you’ll soon start seeing a lot of holiday-shopping advertisements, as well as in-store promotions.   It’s fine to do some early buying, but you do have to be cautious about over-spending.   […]

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 […]

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 […]