What You Need to Know About Financial Advisers

If you tend to have some money left in your budget at the end of each month, you may be thinking about how to make the most of it. You may also be wondering if it is best to develop a financial strategy on your own or to work with a financial advisor.

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Why You Should *Bank* at a Credit Union

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Saving Money, Financial Advice, Savings, Millennials

Top Ten Ways To Build Your Savings

Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying that “A penny saved is a penny earned,” and smart savers know this to be true. However, holding on to those pennies isn’t always easy. Opening a savings account is a great start, but how can you ensure it grows steadily?

Financial Advice, Savings

Teaching Your Kids About Money

It’s never too early to teach your kids about money. Whether they’re 2 or 22, financial knowledge is vital for everyone to have.

Credit, Overspending, Finance, Budgeting, Saving Money

5 Habits That Can Ruin Your Budget

Do you find that your money doesn’t go as far as it used to? When the end of the month is near, are you stretching your last few dollars until you reach payday? While a lot of factors play into money problems, like debt and income, one thing sure to cause financial woes is a bad budget.

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Four Reasons Mortgages Are Good Debt

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Three Tips For Before You Buy a Car

Are you considering buying a car? If so, then you already know it’s important to not walk into the dealership blind.

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Home Equity Loan vs. HELOC

Do you have a big expense around the corner, like a wedding, home renovation, or college tuition, and need the money to pay for it?

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How Do I Tackle Debt If I'm a Millennial?

The majority of millennials between the ages 25 and 34 have over $40,000 in debt. Contrary to popular belief, most of that debt doesn't' come from student loans. Credit cards, housing, and payday loans take up a huge portion of a typical millennial's wallet.  

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