Overspending, Budgeting, Financial Advice, Debit Cards, Holidays

Holiday Spending Strategies: 5 Ways to Save

The holidays aren't just around the corner; they're here! Once we entered November, it was off to the races to figure out perfect gifts for our loved ones, plan family gatherings and make travel arrangements. When we start compiling the list of the people we want to visit and celebrate this

Budgeting, Financial Advice, Savings

5 Ways to Budget for Your Wedding

In the United States, weddings are a multi-billion dollar industry. While the COVID-19 pandemic may have changed many plans, weddings are making a comeback in 2021 and beyond. If you’re looking to be married soon, you’re likely looking at your finances and budgeting. The reality is you don’t

Budgeting, Financial Advice, Technology, Savings

4 Ways to Manage Your Financial Planning with Budgeting Apps

If you’re looking to start your budgeting journey, a pen and paper just won’t cut it nowadays. Life can get hectic, and an on-the-go lifestyle calls for a method that can keep up with your busy schedule. That’s why budgeting apps have revolutionized the way we view our finances.

Budgeting, Saving Money, Financial Advice, Savings

How to Set a Financial Goal: 3 Tips to Help You Reach It Early

What are your financial goals for the next year? Saving money, paying off credit card debt, or investing in a retirement account? Whatever those goals may be, there are steps you can take today to make sure you accomplish them sooner rather than later.

Budgeting, Debt, Financial Advice, Credit Score

Mid-Year Financial Check-In

An integral part of successful financial planning is reviewing your financial health a few times a year. Doing so can help you evaluate progress on your goals as well as make changes if necessary. If you haven’t made a financial plan or set goals for yourself this year, it’s not too late to

Budgeting, Debt, Financial Advice, Savings

Budgeting Strategies and Tips for the Rest of 2021

The National Endowment for Financial Education discovered that almost 90% of Americans have struggled with financial stress because of COVID-19. While 2021 is already well underway, we must continue to work around the conditions of the pandemic and that means preparing a budget is more important

Budgeting, Financial Advice, Savings

5 Ways to Manage Your Finances: Cutting Expenses and Saving Money

According to the American Psychological Association, 72% of Americans have reported feeling stressed about money. The stress of money can even beat other major concerns such as health, family and work. So, if the thought of managing your finances stresses you out, know that you are not alone.

Budgeting, Saving Money, Debt, Financial Advice, Credit Score, 401K, Smart Financial Goals

5 Financial Resolutions to Take On in 2021

New year, new you! Get familiar with some resolutions and strategies you can employ in 2021 to achieve greater financial independence and stability.

Budgeting, Financial Advice, Savings, Emergency

Building an Emergency Fund: How to Set a Budget When You're in Debt

Did you know that the average American has roughly $38,000 in personal debt, and that doesn't even include their mortgage? Being in debt can feel suffocating and crippling, like a hole you can't escape. However, it doesn't have to be that way. With careful budgeting and planning, you can both

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