The semester has begun, and whether it’s your first, or last as a college student, finances are important. Here are a few financial tips for those college years.Continue reading
Buying a home can be a stressful process. Trying to save up for that down payment might be the most stressful part. Here are a few tips to make that down payment a reality.Continue reading
Another semester of college is about to end and many students will be graduating, and moving on to the next phase of life. They’ll take many things away from their experience, including student loans. Whether you’re graduating soon, or you’ve graduated a while ago, here are a few tips to pay off those student loans.Continue reading
You might be cleaning your home this spring, but you could also give your finances a spring cleaning. Here are three ways to freshen up your financial situation.Continue reading
The President of the United States makes a lot of decisions that impacts the country financially. Here is a list of four presidents who had introduced major financial innovations.Continue reading
There are a lot of things that can stress you out during winter. Energy bills, less daylight, and seasonal blues can have a negative effect on your mental well-being. Here are a few tips to help you de-stress this season.Continue reading
Everyone has bills to pay. One of those is probably a monthly payment for a credit card or a loan. There are a few things you can do to make your debt go away faster. Take these easy steps to help pay off that debt!Continue reading
Smart money management is always important, but it can take on more urgency for those who are without a partner. Whether you are divorced, widowed, or single by choice, single parenting brings unique budgeting challenges. Continue reading to discover five helpful financial tips for single parents.