October 19, 2012

SeasonOfSavings

The holiday season is approaching, and with family gatherings, gift giving, increased travel and holiday splurges it’s an expensive time of year.  We are rolling out a new series of great tips to help you save money this Thanksgiving and Christmas, and yes you should start planning early to achieve the best savings!

September 28, 2012

Parenting parenting parenting. What about the children today? How are they growing up? A good friend of mine told me recently this story. “You know, every time I go into the house the kids are playing video games. The television is always on. And they are only 3 and 5 years old. I’ve tried on many occasions to get them to read age-appropriate books and you know what my daughter says? She boldly states that her children are boys and they don’t have to read.”

September 24, 2012

A friend of mine received a call the other day from his 34 year old daughter, Renai. She was in tears when she revealed, “My mortgage payment and car payment are due and we don’t have any money. Our credit cards are maxed out. Can you help out?”

This wasn’t the first time he got a call of desperation over money. Before she had children, her high school-sweetheart now husband, Ray, and she danced a variety of tangos, fox trots, jives and the twist with credit cards. The good news – they managed to buy a house. The bad news – the price was too high.

July 27, 2012

With gas prices climbing rapidly in the last couple of years people are starting to really focus on the ways to save gas. Today we offer you 8 suggestions how you can save on fuel and still get where you need to be.

Use Internet
Before you hit the road, check the internet for places that offer gas prices. If you know you have to fill up on your next trip, go online to a website like www.gasbuddy.com or their IPhone App that shows you the gas prices in your area. You simply enter your location and get instant access to the lowest gas prices around you.

July 19, 2012

The reluctance of governments to tamper with credit card interest rates or merchant fees symbolizes the silent omnipotence of banks and financial institutions in the credit society. To even talk about it is considered blasphemous by today’s highest priests of finance and commerce. 

Remember, if you are experiencing financial difficulties do not wait. Call Solutions Credit Counselling at 1(877)588-9491 or fill out our Debt Consolidation Questionnaire and get your Free Credit Counselling Advice today.

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