Stopping Emotional Spending

We’ve all been there. You had a bad day at work and those shoes you’ve been eyeing for some time seem like just the thing to make you feel better. This is often referred

This or That: Home Remodel

When remodeling your home, especially when preparing to sell, chances are that you won’t be able to afford everything you would like to do. So which projects are going

Preparing for a Recession

Although there may be signs and expert opinions, there’s no way to predict with absolute certainty when another recession is going to happen. However, there are steps

Teen Financial Toolkit – Setting Financial Goals

When planning your financial future, you should always have a goal that you are working towards. These goals will help you determine what choices you make when it comes

Common Email Scams

The internet is an amazing tool. It connects us to friends, family, and the rest of the world. Unfortunately, it can also make you a target for scams. Here are some of

Determining Rent as a Landlord

One of the most important aspects of being a landlord is determining the rent for your properties. You have to walk a careful balance of being able to make a profit and

Standing Out in a Job Interview

Once you reach the interview process of job applications, chances are you’re up against several people with similar experience and education to you. So, what can you do

Planning a Basement Remodel

Remodeling your basement is a great way to add space and value to your current home. Before pulling out your toolbox, however, you'll need to come up with a plan. Here

Saving for Retirement When Self-Employed

Saving for retirement when you’re self-employed can be a little trickier than a traditional employer sponsored 401K. Fortunately, there are several options out there to