Student loans paused all the way back in March 2020—that was years ago now! It’s been so long there are some recent graduates who have NEVER made a student loan payment since they’ve gotten their diploma. Other borrowers have paid off their balance, others have used the time to pay off other debts,
As we are drawing near to the end of another year ask yourself this question, “Did I accomplish everything I set out to accomplish this year?” If you achieved your goals great job and congratulations! If on the other hand that was not you, here is how you can make sure next year has a different
Have you ever started to get serious about paying off your debt and then quit? Frustrating isn’t it? Whenever I interview people why that is, I typically hear things like, “I ran out of gas” or, “I feel like I am getting no traction.” Sometimes life has hit you with a few unexpected curve
Jon & Patti were living the “American Dream”, as a married couple with four wonderful children, they owned a two story house with the white picket fence and of course… the dog. As successful business owners they were able to create the lifestyle that most people dream of having. On the outside
Over four years ago I started Strong Tower Consulting as a full time financial coaching business. So much has happened since my first day at the office. Strong Tower has become much more since that day. Since then we have added live financial workshops, online resources and now are in two
My name is Shawna Robinson. I am a single mother of a beautiful 4 year old daughter named Ava. I started financial coaching July 3, 2012 with Justin Bennett. When you feel like you hit rock bottom, you only have one place to look, and that is up.
My husband and I had worked the baby steps in previous years and had actually gotten out of debt and moved on to step 3. Then we stopped. I think we got out of debt too easy by selling things and cashing out an investment and it didn't "hurt" too bad. It was fast and easy and relatively painless,
Fellow friend and financial coach Greg Pare wrote this blog recently that I thought was so inspiring I wanted to share it will all of you. Recently, a client showed me her envelopes that she had made. Of course, she uses them to separate her cash into her budget categories. Never mind the fact the