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Credit Issues & Debt

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Credit Scores: What's New?

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Foreclosure Process

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Downsizing Holiday Debt

Selena T Garrison ·
Families often have leftover holiday debt hanging over their heads like a big dark cloud. What can you do to help these clients? Below are 5 time-tested debt repayment steps to consider using.
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How to Help Your Client Balance Saving Money Versus Paying Off Debt

Selena T Garrison ·
Finding the balance between paying off debt and saving more money can be overwhelming. While it may be tempting to focus on one or the other, it may be possible to both save money and pay off debt at the same time with the right plan. Paying Off Debt The first step to paying off debt is knowing what is owed. Clients should make a list of their debts including the lender’s name, the total amount owed, the monthly payment, and the interest rate. Before attempting to save any income, they...
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Let's Talk Money

Samantha McLain ·
University of Illinois Extension is providing a series of six free online workshops to help families learn about personal finances as well as strategies for talking about money. The workshops are held each Thursday evening beginning May 5. The one-hour sessions start at 6:30 p.m. Registration is required at go.illinois.edu/TalkMoney to receive Zoom connecting information. If a reasonable accommodation is needed to participate, contact Camaya Wallace Bechard , Extension consumer economics...
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Re: What’s Your Best Debt Repayment Strategy

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Public Service Loan Forgiveness: Do’s, Updates, and an October 31 Deadline

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Public Service Loan Forgiveness: Do’s, Updates, and an October 31 Deadline

Dorothy Nuckols ·
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Smart Holiday Spending and Debt Repayment

Selena T Garrison ·
In December, many Extension educators field questions about holiday shopping and subsequent debt repayment. Check out these tips to share with clients.
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