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Dollar-StretcherCredit card debt is on the rise – not surprisingly considering that incomes have remained stagnant while daily expenses have increased over the past few years.  With inflation on the rise, consumers need to be vigilant about creeping emotional expenses that make a mess of a well planned budget.

The Dollar Stretcher.com pointed out recently that emotions can make someone poor – i.e. spending money when unnecessary.  They offer some really good advice:

  1. Put good financial behaviors on “auto pilot”.  I’ve always been a fan of this.  Saving $50 a week can amount to a million dollars by retirement age alone.
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Top-bk-blogOne of the best ways of getting information out to the general public has been our blog.  It helps to get the word out on what consumers should be doing to help their financial future.  Topics have been on things that our law firm has helped clients in the past such as bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, student loan debt relief, creditor harassment, home loan modifications, short sales, garnishment, credit card defense, you name it.  Going forward we plan to focus a little more on getting on your feet after a financial crisis in our efforts to help you Reboot Your Life.

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