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The family car breaks down and you need it fixed immediately. It’s the middle of summer, a heat wave just came to town, and the AC stopped working. Or, your child went camping, fell out of a tree, and broke her leg and insurance only covers part of the medical expense. You’ve got a financial emergency. So what’s the best thing to do? Put it on a credit card? Look for a rich uncle? How about tapping into a savings account? Well if you’re like many Americans, all you may have is a thousand dollars or less in savings. So what financial options make the most sense? Join Lendmark Financial Services’ Bobbie Aiken and Amy Manning as they visit the Balancing Act. to discuss a money lending option that more and more Americans are turning to every day. It’s not a credit card, it’s a loan that has set terms and a set payment that will put you at ease.

The Rockefeller Foundation is working to give communities the food, income, and benefits they need to survive by providing access to various helpful resources.

Homesquare offers an extensive and curated range of functional, stylish, and modern furniture that allows customers to create their dream home office.

The Balancing Act is back, exploring ways to survive and thrive during the coronavirus pandemic – from mental health to creating your dream workspace.

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