Since the start of the pandemic, the amount of personal debt in the United States has gone down — and by no small amount. Americans’ debt dropped by a staggering $34 billion.
Unfortunately, we can’t count on that continuing. Defaults, bankruptcies, and foreclosures may skyrocket in the coming months as protections of the CARES Act expire.
What can you do in the meantime? Learn some hacks to make the transition back to normal bills a little easier. Our upcoming webinar can teach you just that.
Sign Up for A Free Webinar That Will Teach You 10 Smart Ways to Save
Saving money isn’t nearly as easy as spending it, but Consolidated Credit is offering a free webinar that will teach you 10 smart and easy ways to save.
Saving money isn’t nearly as much fun as spending money, but what if I told you that saving money can be easier than spending? It’s true. Thanks to some shortcuts and some technology, you can painlessly save for your future. We’ll show you how with our “Smarter Saving” webinar. It’s free! Sign up now.
For a preview of the 10 methods we’ll discuss, check out this infographic:
3 tips for sticking to saving
The best part about these ways to save money is that you can pick and choose them to fit your needs. But these tactics mean nothing if you don’t follow through, especially with the new year quickly approaching. Use these tips to ensure you follow through with your plan.
1. Do more research.
This webinar is a great primer for money-saving strategies. Before you dive deeper and start reworking your money and budget, do a little more research so you know all your options. We suggest reviewing our How to Save Money post for more info on properly stashing your cash.
2. Reframe your money mindset.
Reframing your money mindset around determination and hope will set you up for both saving success and a better new year. Read what some of our favorite personal finance experts had to say about how the way you think affects your finances.
3. Get help when you need it.
A journey to debt freedom may feel lonely at times, but you’re never alone. Reach out to us at (844) 276-1544 whenever you’re worried about the direction you’re heading with your debt. Our certified credit counselors will help you find the best solution for you.
Sign up now!
This savings webinar is coming up on Wednesday, December 9th.