Recent Articles from Christine
Happy New Year! Step into your faith with your finances. You are beginning a new chapter of your life, you have turned the last page of 2018, now close the book and begin again.
The Christmas season is sometimes stressful when it comes to gift-giving. Some people feel obligated to purchase gifts for everybody in the family or in their circle. The reality is in most cases people desire your presence than a present. Enjoy time at home for the holidays.
Give thanks for family and friends as you gather together to enjoy a delicious home cooked meal, good company and good conversation.
Financial difficulties are not the end of the world. You can survive the worst of situations. It is important to see the process through. Read more…
Hurricane preparedness should be taken seriously. This article offers survival tips before and after the storm happens. Most importantly, follow the instructions of your local officials and stay safe.
Track your spending like a pro. Your spending plan is your financial compass and should serve as a structured guide and foundation for your finances.
Labor Day is a government (DOL 2016) holiday that acknowledges the contributions that workers have made to strength, prosperity and well-being of our country.
Something or someone will always be screaming for your money. Change the outcome of what could be your worst month this year, based on your trajectory of previous years.
The length of your credit is one of the key components needed to increase your credit score. Read more on what you can do to create positive credit profile.