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This year, largely due to COVID-19, scams are on the rise across the nation, including Wisconsin. The pandemic has put many people out of work, creating a new opportunity for scammers to pose as unemployment agencies, banks offering grants, or payday lenders. As consumers work hard to stay out of debt and contain the virus,…

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Debt Settlement Debt settlement allows you to pay a lump sum that’s typically less than the amount you owe, or settle, the debt.  This may sound appealing at first and for some this will end resolving their debt problems.  However, debt settlement can be risky.  Specifically, the creditor will likely issue a 1099 to the…

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Subprime loans may cost you more in the long run. This is because they’re offered to people to do not qualify for a conventional loan either because of a high loan to value ratio or poor credit history. For lenders, subprime loans are more risky than prime loans, but often, that is all the borrower…

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*We offer “virtual” bankruptcy solutions during the COVID-19 Pandemic* The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic is real. It’s good to know your options. Although it’s not recommended to make important decisions while in a highly emotional state, it may also be difficult to avoid. For example, financial hardships caused by COVID-19 may get worse,…

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Most people think “money owed is debt,” regardless of the debt type. But truth be told; there are different kinds of debt and they are not treated equally. The two main types to keep in mind are “unsecured debt” and “secured debt.” Credit card charges, payday loan cash advances, cell phone, utility or cable bills,…

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Personal bankruptcy otherwise called “consumer bankruptcy,” may not be on any holiday wish list this season. But, why not give yourself the gift of living”debt free?” It may be something to consider. If you’re already consumed by debt, holiday spending will make an already bad financial situation more complicated and burdensome. Instead of stressing about…

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Which Generation Is More In Debt? The number of older Americans filing bankruptcy is growing and Gen X is no exception. Gen X represents one of the most vulnerable generations of debt and could be facing more financial trouble than Boomers, Millennials or Gen Z.  Although they have displayed many strengths and have overcome major…

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Consumer Spending Around the Holidays Each year around the holidays we write an article that has to do with consumer spending. This is because there is a significant amount of money spent between Halloween and Christmas. Many shoppers spend beyond their means, which is an area of concern. There’s something about this time of year…

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Avoid Speedy Payday loans Payday loan stores have become more prevalent on TV ads, radio, print, billboards and internet.  You’ll find them in every major city, especially in areas of lower income populations.  The idea of speedy cash is tempting, especially to those who desperately need help. But this quick access to gain early access…

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  Saving Money For Fun This time of year many folks are thinking about making New Year’s Resolutions that may impact their pocketbooks.  This could mean paying off debt from the holidays, or simply a commitment towards better monthly budgeting for the new year ahead.  Some may need additional planning to ensure adequate money is…

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