So many Americans have reached out for help when their debt became too much to handle. You're not alone!
Keep working towards your financial goals! #DebtFreeDate
Parents have the power to be a major influence as young people begin their financial journey. Happy #MothersDay to all the money moms out there!
Happy Mother's Day to all the amazing, hard working moms out there! We hope you have a wonderful day! #MothersDay
Not too shabby for a month's work!
Have you set a goal for your #DebtFreeDate yet? What are you waiting for?
We can tell you what your options are, and give you advice on the next best steps. #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth
We are here for you and ready to help. #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth
Hope you have a fun-filled day with your family and friends! #CincodeMayo
Many people get confused when it comes to what to do with old debts. Here are our thoughts: https://moneym.org/old-debt
In recent months, two new trends in HECM #reversemortgage borrower counseling at MMI have emerged. -via @HUDgov https://www.hudexchange.info/programs/housing-counseling/the-bridge/2021-quarter-2/mmi-hecm/
Congrats! You made it through #FinancialLiteracyMonth! You have given a great deal of thought to your financial situation, your spending habits, and the change process.
Catch up on all you missed here: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
Tomorrow is the LAST day of #FinancialLiteracyMonth! You've worked hard all month, and you may be finding that your money management skills can benefit other aspects of your life.
Interested in a homebuyer or other (free) financial webinars? Check out the list here: http://moneym.org/webinars
#Forbearance ending soon? Our team is here to help you get back on your feet. You may be eligible for an extension or other assistance. Contact us today to talk with a HUD-approved housing counselor for free advice on what to do next: 800-850-2227 #COVIDhelpforhome
Managing your finances can be a lot of work, and we can help! #FinancialLiteracyMonth
It is important to carefully weigh your options before making a credit decision. Especially decisions that can impact your financial future. #FinancialLiteracyMonth
We're excited to announce another resource for those on a debt management plan with us! SpringFour helps our clients find ways to reduce expenses or navigate unexpected challenges .
Our counselors can provide referrals anytime at 866-889-9347.
If you're responsible for the overall financial well-being of your family, this is an important step! #FinancialLiteracyMonth
Now that you have identified some areas where you would like to make some changes, it is time to revisit your budget. #FinancialLiteracyMonth
Learn more: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
We can't forget step 23 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth!
Saving money on groceries doesn't have to be hard work. Here's our ultimate guide to reducing grocery bills: https://moneym.org/groceries
Use this handy worksheet to document expenses: https://moneym.org/expense-worksheet
Too many credit card bills? Bad credit? No idea how to budget? Reply and we'll send some help!
Choose what's most comfortable for you and let's chat about your financial goals today!
For example, both holiday and tax debts are periodic, meaning they are not part of regular monthly expenditures. #FinancialLiteracyMonth
Step 19 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth is documenting your fixed expenses (those that do not vary from month to month).
Do you already have these expenses written down?
It's not too late to join us for #FinancialLiteracyMonth! We'll give you simple steps each day to change your financial future: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
Saving is an essential part of any money management plan. Make your financial goals a priority for yourself and your family. #FinancialLiteracyMonth
Does your teen know how to balance a checkbook? Create a budget? Reply and let us know what they need help with!
How much does your teen know about personal finance?
If your kid goes to an Illinois public school, they will get some basic knowledge, like how to make a budget and balance a check book.
Don’t despair if you are behind on your retirement goals! Many households feel like they are behind. We can help. #FinancialLiteracyMonth
Sometimes, bad things can happen to good people. Aim to have three to six months living expenses saved for emergencies. Learn more: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
Whichever method you use to tackle debt, step 13 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth is an important one! How far are you from your #DebtFreeDate!? Let us know!
MMI has resources to help those recovering from a job loss. Don't struggle alone, we are here to help: https://moneym.org/unemployment
If you're just learning about #FinancialLiteracyMonth, it's not too late! Step 12 is a great place to start.
Short-term goals are priorities that can be accomplished within two years. Mid-term goals within two to five years, and long-term goals may take more than five years.
Make sure your financial goals are specific, measurable, achievable, rewarding, and trackable. #FinancialLiteracyMonth
Reaching your #DebtFreeDate is an achievable goal for every family! #FinancialLiteracyMonth
Calculating your net worth is an important step of #FinancialLiteracyMonth. Not sure where to start? This blog can help: http://moneym.org/net-worth
Step 7 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth is all about prepping for the future and taking a look at the amount of income you can expect to earn in the future. Learn more: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
Step 6 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth can show you how to fix any credit report errors you find: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
There's hope! One of the first steps is setting a budget and paying down debt. MMI can help!
Life after eviction: credit and rental history can be repaired
It might seem like the end of the world. But credit and rental histories can be rebuilt.
Step 5 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth is an easy one! Get free copies of your credit report. Check!
Step 4 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth! The appointed individual should be organized and a good communicator. Who do you think would be best for this job in your family?
Happy #Easter from all of your friends at MMI. We hope you have a wonderful day with all of your family and friends!
The key to step 3 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth is knowing what to keep and what to toss. Get the answer here: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
Step 2 of #FinancialLiteracyMonth takes just a few moments. Be honest with yourself about where you're at financially, and where you hope to be in the future!
CONGRATS to everyone who reached their #DebtFreeDate last month! Share this post to let everyone know you're debt free!
It's #FinancialLiteracyMonth! For the entire month of April, we will be sharing a financial tip every day to help improve your finances.
Are you ready to finally make the most out of your money? Learn more about the challenge here: https://moneym.org/fin-lit-month
Understanding and managing your credit "can have a direct and lasting positive impact on your monthly budget and overall financial picture."
Do you know what's true or false about credit scores? - Cashay
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With some hard work and a little help from us at MMI, it's possible to reach your #DebtFreeDate!
"While an emergency fund ranks high on the savings to-do list, it’s not the only savings target."
4 Reasons To Save Beyond Emergency Savings
As Americans receive stimulus checks and tax refund checks, they may be wondering how to spend that money. In so...