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Student Loans Predictions for 2022

Student Loans

This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA College enrollment dropped over the past two years and is down 13% since 2019. I don’t blame you all one bit for passing on higher education because I believe its overpriced. I also see the diploma mills sending out volumes of degrees with little prospect […]

Attorney Christine Kingston Talks About Student Loans Part One And Two.

Interview, Student Loans

  Hello, everyone. Thank you so much for joining myself and attorney Christine Kingston. As we continue to talk about her book, how to tame the student loan dragon, if you haven’t picked up a copy, be sure to do so on Amazon. Right now, we’re going to jump right back into our conversation. Get […]

Attorney Christine Kingston Talks About College And Pre-Planning – Part Two

Interview

  All right, everyone. I know that we stopped at this conversation at an odd space because we started this series and one thing led to another and we just have to say, to be continued. This is your host Katherine Jones of “This needs to be said”, and the elephant in the room is […]

Attorney Christine Kingston Talks About College And Pre-Planning – Part One

Interview

  Hello, everyone. Thank you so much for joining me on “This needs to be said.” Today our friend, attorney, Christine Kingston is joining us and I’m super excited about this because Christine and I got down and dirty with this and pulling out what needs to be said and exposing the elephants in the […]

The Dark Side of Money

General

“Without darkness, we can’t really appreciate the light.” ~David Archuleta It’s Halloween, the Season of the Witch and I can’t help but think about money. I love money; don’t you? I love how people outwardly brag about their money and flash what appears to be expensive possessions that impress strangers. I love how enamored you […]

Four Reasons Your Chapter 13 Plan Failed

Chapter 13

We are fast approaching the possibility of a wave of bankruptcy cases across the United States that will be very different from the 2008 mortgage crisis and crash. So far, it appears that the tide has significantly receded with bankruptcy filings dropping far below norms, which means there will likely be a tsunami awaiting just […]

What “They” Won’t Tell You About Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy

Summer of Possibilities: Part two in our 3-part Series In my book, How To Tame The Student Loan Dragon (Amazon), I wrote and Ode to Bankruptcy and here it is for you: Ode To Bankruptcy I don’t understand why you’re so attached to your credit score.I am here to give you freedom from debt and […]

What is the Cheaper, Better, Faster Way Out of Debt?

Debt

I’m glad you asked. I know you’re tired of hearing me brag about how I went through bankruptcy and became a millionaire. I know that no one wants to file bankruptcy, except maybe Trump who’s done it at least 8 times. Here’s what I do know, when you look at your options from a purely […]

Attorney Christine Kingston Talks With Katherine On “This Needs To Be Said” About Student Loans – Part Two

Interview, Student Loans

  Thanks. Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on “This needs to be said”, and you all know that I love book interviews and this book interview is going to take a little while for us to unpack. This one is special because it’s talking about your student loan debt with […]

Is It Wishful Thinking To Get Out of Debt?

Debt

This is Part One of our Summer of Possibilities; a 3-part series I know I’m preaching to the choir here because we can all agree that your number one money goal is to live life debt free. We hold that thought firmly in our mind and to solidify our intention, we even turned it into […]

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