Financial & Addiction Help Blog
Drug and alcohol treatments can help, regardless of how severe or how long a person has been addicted. Knowing what to expect from inpatient treatment can help ease concerns. Click here to learn more about inpatient treatment programs and what you can expect.
A wage garnishment reduces your gross wages, and ultimately your take-home pay. So, if have a wage garnishment against you, make sure your employer is deducting the correct amount. Learn more about the deduction limits for the most common types of wage garnishments.
What happens if you can’t pay your private student loans? Here are 4 consequences you can face if you don’t pay your private student loans.
Are you struggling to pay your tax bill, missed a filing deadline, or owe back taxes? Here are 7 tips to help you resolve your IRS debt.
During recovery, most people experience slips and relapses, especially in the first year of treatment. Fortunately, friends and family can help their loved one who is working toward a lasting, drug-free lifestyle by recognizing the warning signs of relapse.
Looking for a new home is exciting—you explore new locations, different home features, and potential new possibilities for your life. However, buying a new home requires completing paperwork, checking your financials, and typically getting a loan. Reviewing your credit score is one of the critical tasks you’ll need to do before buying a home.
There is an ongoing debate regarding whether addiction should be considered a chronic disease or a result of voluntary choice. While people choose to try a drug, they aren’t trying to become addicted. How much control do they have once they have a severe substance use disorder? Click here to learn more.
With financial wellness becoming a top priority for employees, more employers are offering financial wellness programs. But, it’s one thing to offer a financial wellness program, and another to successfully run it. Read about 4 pitfalls of financial wellness programs here.
One option that may help you get out from under unsecured debt is a debt management plan or DMP. However, debt management plans aren’t right for everyone and don’t work for all debt types. Click here to learn if a DMP is right for you.