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Student Loans
January 04, 2022

Student loans have become a huge burden on many people in the US. For the last year, forbearance has been a part of the pandemic relief, but now that is ending. So what does that look like? Do you know how much you may owe now? Have you checked when your

Debt Therapy, S2, Ep. 5: Taxes
February 21, 2021

Tis the season...for taxes! And it is important to understand the difference between a tax return and a tax refund. Plus, what does it actually mean if you get a refund? Find out the answers on this episode. And always remember, do what works best for...

Debt Therapy, S2, Ep. 4: Interview with credit lawyer Mike Cardoza, Part 2
January 26, 2021

Join us for part 2 of the interview with Mike Cardoza! We review the B-word (bankruptcy) and why the stigma is unnecessary. In many situations, bankruptcy can better your credit and give you a fresh start. We also review things to watch out for on your...

Debt Therapy, S2, Ep. 4: Interview with credit lawyer Mike Cardoza
January 13, 2021

This episode on Debt Therapy, we welcome Mike Cardoza with The Cardoza Law Corporation in San Francisco. He is an amazing credit report and rights attorney that has worked both sides of the coin. He specializes in those that have suffered from identity...

Debt Therapy, S2, Ep. 3: To Rent or To Buy?
October 15, 2020

Everyone thinks it is a cut and dry decision, but it isn’t that simple. Each situation is different. Part of being financially savvy means understanding what works for you and your family.In this episode, we dive into factors that you should consider...

Debt Therapy, S2, Ep. 2: Debt Settlement with special guest Leslie Tayne
September 30, 2020

We welcome special guest Leslie Tayne, attorney and debt settlement expert to the Debt Therapy podcast for this episode. In this episode, we cover so many details involved with debt settlement so make sure you listen to it all—there are important pieces..

Debt Therapy, S2, Ep. 1: Welcome to Season 2
August 27, 2020

When we first took on this venture, we wanted to fill in the gaps that all of us seem to miss along the way. Schools don’t teach us about finances the way they used to. Because of that, we end up figuring things out through trial and error—which is...

Bank Accounts
August 14, 2020

I have a six-year-old daughter with autism, and she has been saving in her home bank account. Well, the piggy bank is full and now she wants to know what to do with it. So, we decided to go to the bank, sit down with banker, and open you a savings account

July 22, 2020

Thanks for joining us today for Debt Therapy. I'm your host, Jen Lee, and am ready to discuss refinancing with you today. The most common loan you hear about refinancing is a mortgage. Back in the 80s, mortgage rates were normally around 15%. But tod

Emergency Funds
June 11, 2020

COVID-19 has brought to light that most people don't have an emergency fund. What we discuss in this episode is first off, exactly what an emergency fund is, how to get started, and when to get started.Planning for emergencies is hard. Do you wait un