The biggest stimulus plan ever – what’s in it for me?
President Biden recently released details of an ambitious and unprecedented $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, which includes a myriad of measures focused on supporting the struggling
COVID-19 Resources: Opportunities for women and families
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused a fundamental shift across the world, from loss of employment, school closures, social distancing, and everything in between. In
Comparing debt repayment strategies – Snowball vs. Avalanche methods
If you have debt, you are not alone. According to the Federal Reserve, the average American household carries $137,000 in debt.
Small Changes, Big Impact: Meet Ashley
Ashley was referred to The Women’s Resource for coaching through Madge Bush Transitional Housing, one of The Women’s Resource’s community partners.
How Do Balance Transfer Credit Cards Work?
Balance transfer credit cards allow you to move debt from a credit card, or a loan, that’s charging you interest, to a card that doesn’t
Four years ago, Allencia left her job to become a full-time student and pursue her goal of working in the healthcare field. Unfortunately, her resources
January is the month of resolutions, and if you are like me, you indulged quite a bit over the holidays. There are many temptations in
Smart Budgeting and Spending for the Holidays
Like clockwork, the holidays are here again! Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday have all successfully come and gone, but yet, many of
November is an excellent time to think about entrepreneurship
November is National Entrepreneurship Month. In 2016, President Obama established the month by Presidential Proclamation to “celebrate entrepreneurs who serve their communities and bolster our
Get Smart About Credit Day
Did you know that the mean credit card debt of U.S. households is about $5,700, according to Value Penguin? Texas ranks number 21 with an