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Goodwill helps with good budgeting, too

11:57 PM, Mar. 19, 2013
Brandon and Alisha Resch, both 30, and the parents of Enya, 8 months, and Addie, 4, participated a money makeover sponsored by Goodwill's Financial Information Service Center on how to get out of debt and better manage their money.
Brandon and Alisha Resch, both 30, and the parents of Enya, 8 months, and Addie, 4, participated a money makeover sponsored by Goodwill's Financial Information Service Center on how to get out of debt and better manage their money.
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Last fall, Alisha and Brandon Resch found themselves with thousands of dollars in credit card debt and student loans, and no apparent solution to their mounting financial problems.

They are both college graduates with full-time jobs, and although they are supporting two small children, they knew there was no reason they should be living paycheck-to-paycheck.

Then they saw an ad in their credit union's newsletter about a financial makeover from Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin's Financial Information Service Center program. They applied and were accepted into the ...

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