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If You Don’t Plan to Retire, Should You Plan to Save?

March 6th, 2019

Short term is not what most people think about when they consider saving. Most people save for the long term, and this includes saving for when your working years are behind you. Retirement is the big savings project that many individuals undertake throughout their lives. The ideal scenario would be to save for retirement and […]


The Absolute Best Way to Use Your Tax Return

February 13th, 2019

It’s tax time yet again. This means many Americans are looking to use their returns for something they’ve had their eye on. Some people like to use their returns to go on vacation or to have a moderate shopping spree. However there are many who don’t have a plan with their return, or don’t plan […]


What to Look For in a Starter Credit Card

February 8th, 2019

Building credit from nothing can be confusing. In order to get credit you need to have credit, but you can’t get credit without having credit. It’s a loop that people new to credit can find difficult to navigate. This is why starter credit cards have been implemented into banks and other lenders. Your first step […]


Fives Ways You Unknowingly Impact Your Credit (Part One)

February 4th, 2019

Using credit may be a subject of thought that barely passes through your mind. Or it might be something you think about constantly. Such is how the use of credit is perceived among today’s individuals. Now, more than ever, people are taking more notice over how their credit is utilized and what they’re doing to […]


How Much Money Should You Save From Each Paycheck

January 29th, 2019

Saving money can be tricky when you don’t feel like you have a handle on your finances. If you’re constantly paying for something (even if it’s not debt related), you might allow your savings to dwindle. While it is tempting to do so, you should never neglect your savings account. Most people know that they […]


3 Surefire Ways to Eliminate Holiday Debt

January 24th, 2019

With the holidays well behind us and tax time in full bloom, many people are dreading the idea of throwing their entire tax return into paying off debt accumulated in the singular month of December. Spending a lot of money on presents, travel, or other things holiday related can take an immediate toll on your […]


Is Debt Relief Always the Right Choice?

January 18th, 2019

It sounds like a weird question to someone who’s in debt. It can be especially tricky if the debt amounts reach the thousands. A method to eliminate all that debt? Sign me up! But, as with many things in this world, debt relief isn’t always as it seems. There are many forms that debt relief […]


How to Mitigate Christmas Hangover

January 16th, 2019

Christmas time is generally a magical time of the year where people throw caution to the wind and spend money to decorate, buy gifts or prepare a feast. While the festivities are going on people tend to live in the moment and don’t consider the aftermath. Christmas hangovers are real situations that impact thousands. One […]


Knowing the Difference Between Savings Accounts

January 14th, 2019

As we have discussed before, one of the more popular New Year’s resolutions is to save more money (or to start saving money in the first place). One of the better ways to do this is to create a savings account with whatever bank you choose. While some banks make this apparent, some people might […]


Top Five Ways to Save in the New Year

January 14th, 2019

When it comes to the new year, people tend to look at the holiday as an opportunity to start fresh. The mentality to erase bad habits and give yourself a new beginning is almost synonymous with the beginning of a new year. This is why many people take part in the new year tradition of […]