Many Tennessee residents are getting older and starting to think about their retirement. As baby boomers reach retirement age, the number of people exiting the workforce is growing. For those considering retirement in 2015, it can be a stressful and exciting time. Before someone can retire, they have to ensure that their finances are in […]
Debt Management – Consolidation or Bankruptcy?
The tough economy has left many Tennessee residents struggling to manage their debt. People may not have enough resources to pay for their everyday needs and pay down the debt. Therefore, it is often necessary to engage in some sort of debt management in order to get their finances under control. In this situation, consumers […]
Student Loan Debt Cripples Young People In Tennessee
Young Americans are in a difficult economic spot at the moment. With the end of the Great Recession, they may have an easier time finding jobs in Tennessee, but these jobs do not offer the same promise that they once did. Additionally, many 20 and 30-somethings are dealing with massive amounts of student loan debt. […]