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

Your College Planning Checklist

The benefits of having a college degree on top of a high school diploma are so incredible that you’d think choosing to go to college would be a no-brainer: A college grad accumulates over $800,000 more in his/her lifetime compared to someone who only graduated high school.1 The unemployment rate is 3.8% for college grads […] Read More