The Financially Fierce Blog

How to Keep an Ex From Ruining Your Credit Score

I was pleased to be significantly quoted on The Street website in an article about preventing an ex spouse from destroying your credit.  It’s hard enough to just get divorced.  It’s even harder to not only have to rebuild yourself emotionally but also financially.  If your ex spouse decides to try and ruin your credit, coming back from the damage could take years.  Read the article and learn the steps to take to protect your credit from harm by your ex spouse: How to Keep an Ex From Ruining Your Credit Score

 

 

Money Smart Nomad Podcast: Why Your Credit Report is so Important

I had the pleasure of having a great discussion about credit reports with Dan Kellermeyer on the Money Smart Nomad Podcast recently.  We talked about why you should pay more attention to your credit reports and ways to deal with errors.  I also mentioned the additional credit reports to check besides Experian, Equifax and Trans… Continue Reading

The Financial Intelligence Factor: Are Your Finances Ready for Your Security Clearance Review?

The Financial Intelligence Factor: Are Your Finances Ready for Your Security Clearance Review? Having a career that is dependent upon maintaining a security clearance adds an additional layer of stress to your job.  You can be the hardest working employee with the greatest skills and still be fired because you lost your security clearance.  Financial… Continue Reading

Sonya Smith-Valentine Joins Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union Board of Directors as an Associate Director

Press Release August 2017 Sonya Smith-Valentine Joins Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union Board of Directors as an Associate Director Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union has named Sonya Smith-Valentine as its new Associate Director for the Board of Directors, effective immediately. Ms. Smith-Valentine brings decades of financial and legal experience to the Credit Union’s… Continue Reading

Your Student Loans May be a Problem for Your Career…The Power of Personal Finance on Career Success

An employee from a former corporate client of mine contacted me recently. He needed help with a financial issue that was causing him a problem at work. He remembered me from some trainings I did for his company on financial wellness. The employee, let’s call him Frank, is having a problem with his student loans.… Continue Reading

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