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Financial Help

Hope for Domestic Violence Survivors

Finding Financial Help for Domestic Violence Victims

By Joey Johnston | November 6, 2017

Domestic violence, as experts are learning and victims have known for a long time, goes way beyond simply “violence.” It also goes way beyond the statistics that estimate about 10…

Foster Care

Financial Help & Resources for Foster Youth “Aging Out”

By George Morris | August 16, 2017

It’s your 18th birthday, but instead of getting presents and cake, you’re told to pack your bags and get out of the house. As depressing as that sounds, that is the…

Medicaid: What to know

Medicaid: How to Qualify, How to Enroll, and What it Covers

By George Morris | April 20, 2017

If you are going through a financial crisis and have growing problems with debt or your income has been reduced (through the loss of a job or a cutback in…

SNAP Benefits Application

SNAP Benefits: How to Qualify, Apply and How Much to Expect

By Joey Johnston | April 12, 2017

The March 2021 American Rescue Plan expanded the generosity and loosened the requirements of the SNAP program to help food-insecure Americans get through the COVID-19 pandemic. SNAP, which provides money…

Senior Women with piggy bank

Financial Help for Senior Citizens

By Joey Johnston | February 23, 2017

About Senior Citizens Debt Relief Where have the years gone? Nearly every 60-something person has wondered and worried about the passage of time. One minute, you’re starting a career and…

Widow Debt

Financial Help for Widows

By Tom Jackson | February 22, 2017

About Debt Help for Widows Losing a spouse can turn your life upside down. Aside from grief, a major challenge is loss of income. There are many places widows can…

Free Personal Finance Workshops At Goodwill

By George Morris | June 25, 2015

InCharge is proud to offer a series of free financial literacy workshops at Goodwill Industries of Central Florida. Workshop Locations Orlando Job Connection Center 3911 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803 Call (407)…