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Make Money Moves; 3 Steps to Financial Freedom
Make your money move the way YOU want it to. Did you know that 8 out of 10 Americans struggle with consumer debt averaging around $38,000? Having some form of debt is inevitable. Whether it is financing a car, obtaining a loan to go to school, or mortgaging a home, owing debt may seem like the way
Give Thanks by Giving Back This Holiday Season
As we near the end of the year, many people tend to look back and reflect. 2020 has been extremely difficult for many of us, and these unprecedented times have taken their toll, whether it be physically, mentally, or financially. While some have been less fortunate than others, I think it’s safe to
6 Ways to Have Your Home Ready to Weather the Winter
Winter is right around the corner and the season can be less than kind on your home. Repairs caused by winter weather can be costly and unexpected. With the surprises that 2020 has already brought us, no one needs any more costly surprises. Here are 6 ways to prepare your home for winter: Break Out
9 Tips to Keep Your Finances Safe Online
Technology has revolutionized the ways we spend and manage money. But those handy apps and online services can also expose us to new threats. The more we depend on devices and websites, the greater our risk for online crimes like fraud and identity theft – and the stress, hassle, and financial harm
7 Ways to Save Money and Protect Your Home This Winter
Winter can be hard on your home. It can also be hard on your budget. Heavy snow can cause pricey property damage and cold air can find its way inside your house, lowering the temperature and raising your heating bill. Preparing your home for winter now can help you protect your biggest investment
Emergency Funds Help You Weather Life’s Storms
Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, ending just in time for the start of winter weather. Are you prepared for heavy rains, damaging winds, and the ice and snow that may follow? You may have a generator, first-aid kit, and flashlights, but if you don’t have money saved up for unplanned
The Best Times to Get a Deal on Your New Car
Whether it’s your first car or next car, you want a vehicle that’s low-maintenance, fun to drive, and as affordable as possible. For the first two, it’s all about what you buy. But when it comes to affordability, it’s also about when. From the supermarket to the housing market, the time of year has
Managing Money in College: 6 Tips for Parents
Starting college is an exciting time. Your soon-to-be college student will make new friends, learn new things, and go new places. They’ll also have new responsibilities, especially when it comes to money. As you help your child pack and prepare for this new adventure, make sure they have the skills
Is It Time to Refinance Your Mortgage?
You love your home. But your mortgage? That might be a different story. If you’re like many homeowners, sky-high interest or the wrong type of mortgage could keep you from enjoying your home for all it’s worth. Refinancing could be your answer. With this popular solution, you can keep the home you
What Makes Up My Credit Score?
You see it when you apply for a loan, in financial apps on your phone and all over. Everyone wants it – but what does it actually mean to have “good credit”? And, how can you get and keep your score where you want it? More times than not, the score that you see when you look at your credit is your
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