Miss Money Bee

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How the Right Financial Mindset Can Help You Pay Off Debt Sooner
The right financial mindset is essential for paying down debt. Use these five tips to change the way you think about your debt and your journey to financial freedom.
Navigating the realities of debt repayment
9 Realities of Debt Repayment that No One Prepares You For
Michelle Jackson explains nine realities of debt repayment that she learned while climbing her way out of debt. Getting into debt is easy, but getting out of debt always proves harder than you think.
Making More Money? Be Careful Not to Rack Up More Debt

It’s easy to overspend on a credit card when the money starts to roll in. By: Deb Hipp For the last two years, I’ve scraped by on a tight budget. First, I had to save enough money to work full-time as a freelance writer. Then I had to be even more frugal while I built up […]

Shopping wisely for summer
Smart Holiday Shopping Tips for 2018
The average family will spend over $1,000 this year on the holidays. These holiday shopping tips can help you avoid holiday ID theft and a debt hangover.
6 Mistakes To Avoid When Teaching Your Kids About Money

‘Lead by example’ couldn’t be a truer saying when it comes to teaching children about personal finance. But, as many of these great quotes, it’s much easier said than done.

Instant access to credit cards, the ability to finance pretty much everything, and the never-ending hamster wheel of “keeping up with the Joneses” can make being a role model really challenging. But ignoring it isn’t an option either if you want to raise financially responsible adults. After all, debt can destroy a person’s entire adulthood, and it can quite literally happen in the blink of an eye…

The Average Age of a Child Identity Theft Victim is 12 Years Old

Identity thieves are always on the prowl. And when it comes to identity theft, children are not off limits. What are the telltale signs that your child’s identity may have been stolen and what can you do to fix and reclaim it? Read on for the details.

What is Economic Abuse?
Economic abuse affects millions of Americans annually. We explain what economic abuse is and give examples that reveal the extent of this abuse in the US.
Best Way to Pay Off Credit Card Debt – Snowball, Avalanche, or Snowflake?
Credit card debt in the U.S. now topples over $1 trillion and the average credit card per household is over $8,000. While many of us endeavor to pay back our debt, some of us gain much more success than others. Why is that? Is there a correlation between debt reduction strategy and personality?
Consolidated Credit’s 12 Days of FinLit Infographic
In honor of National Financial Literacy Month, Consolidated Credit created this 12 Days of FinLit Infographic. Each day features a key financial topic related to that day. Do you recognize them all?
More Relief for Permanent Disability Student Loan Forgiveness
There’s good news for student loan borrowers with a permanent disability. New permanent disability student loan forgiveness rules will waive federal income taxes on student loans that qualify for discharge if you are totally and permanently disabled.
How to Get Your “Yes” for Less
Popping the question can cost thousands – especially once you include the cost of the engagement ring. This infographic can help you get your yes for less.
Valentine’s Day 2018: It’s the Little Things that Add Up
Consolidated Credit offers a quick infographic snapshot of expected spending for Valentine’s Day 2018. This year, it’s the little things that add up to near record spending on sweethearts. We offer tips on how to use credit cards wisely as you spread the love.
End of Year Financial Tips
As we approach New Year, it’s time to get your finances organized for 2018. Consolidated Credit offers end of year financial tips to help you get started.
What’s Your Black Friday Shopping Strategy?
Use Consolidated Credit’s new infographic to craft the right Black Friday shopping strategy so you can stay on budget and avoid credit card debt.
5 Essential Finance Tips for High School Seniors
Early start in personal finance leads to financially independent adults. Amber Westover shares 5 tips to help high school seniors gain financial confidence.