Denise Keiser, Money Expert
Tune into WLNS 6 TV -Lansing during the Monday 5:30pm news to see Denise Keiser, Executive Director of the Center for Financial Health and Money Expert to hear weekly tips on managing your money on YOUR MONEY MONDAY.
YOUR MONEY MONDAY BLOG
There's something about this time of year that makes us overspend. Learn how to curb your spending this holiday season without becoming a Scrooge.
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner can blow your budget right out of the water. So how can you prevent financial stress this Thanksgiving?
Take these precautions to protect yourself from Cybercriminals while shopping, socializing, or doing business online.
Save $1,000 by Christmas.
4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Borrow From Your 401(k)
Living with a roommate? You need a roommate agreement.
Give your family or loved ones the gift of an estate plan or will.
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Have a Garage Sale.
For most folks, debt collector calls are rated as some of the most dreaded calls to receive because they don’t know how to handle them. Whether you know about the debt in question or you’re hearing about it for the first time, the experience can come as a surprise and will likely cause you stress.
If you’re reading this blog, chances are money stresses you out, and you’re looking for ways to gain control. Sound familiar? If so, grab a piece of paper and start working on your monthly budget for August. Then take note of some common costs that occur during this time of year and include them in your plan.
Credit scores impact our financial lives in big ways. Taking on debt, like a new car loan or a mortgage, requires a favorable credit score. Likewise, renting a home, getting insurance, or even applying for a job requires good credit. Making changes to your credit profile, like closing a credit card, requires careful consideration.
Should you rent or buy a home? Before making your decision, consider these five tips for determining whether you should buy.
Five tips to improve your home's curb appeal that cost under $1,000!
If you're taking your money problems to work, perhaps you should ask your employer if your benefits package offers a financial wellness program!