Avoid These 10 Estate Planning Mistakes

Putting an estate plan together can seem about as fun as doing your taxes or going to the dentist, but the bottom line is that it can give you peace of mind about the future and what you leave behind for your loved ones. Estate planning isn’t just a way for the rich to allocate […] Read More

Understanding Your Credit

Your credit score probably isn’t something you talk about or even think about on a daily basis, but your credit score is one of the most important aspects of your financial life when it comes to qualifying for a loan, securing a good interest rate, and the amount you pay for auto insurance, or even […] Read More

Start an Emergency Fund with a “No-Spending Month”

If you can withstand a financial emergency, you deserve a pat on the back. Nearly half of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, and over 60% don’t have enough savings to cover six months of expenses, according to GOBankingRates’ survey.1 Working just so you can cover day-to-day expenses can lead to one of the worst money mistakes […] Read More