Credit Score in Retirement

While you don’t need a certain credit score to retire, it’s still important to monitor what’s happening with your credit and take steps to keep your credit at a certain

Teen Financial Toolkit – Wants vs. Needs

A major component of budgeting and setting financial goals is differentiating between your wants and needs. Here are some examples of wants and needs and how to set up a

Blog Round-Up May - August

Here are some of the most popular blogs that were read from May to August.

Financial Mistakes to Avoid in College

Making smart financial decisions while you're attending college can help set you up for a better future once you graduate. Here are some financial mistakes that you

Business and the Community

Being an active member in your community is a great way to thank those who have supported your business in the past as well as introduce yourself to potential future

Red Flags When Buying Used

From clothes to furniture and everything in between, pretty much anything can be bought used online these days. While this is a great way to save money, there are some

What is a Motivated Seller?

WHAT IS A MOTIVATED SELLER? A motivated seller is exactly what it sounds like. It’s someone who has a reason to sell something as soon as possible. While this term is

Turning a Hobby Into a Business

Taking something that you already love doing and finding a way to get paid doing it sounds like a great idea, but it’s not always easy. Here are some tips for turning

Signs You're Using the Wrong Credit Card

There are several options out there when it comes to selecting a credit card and it’s important to make sure that you’re using the right one for you. Here are some signs