What Impacts a CD's Rate?

A Certificate of Deposit, or a CD, usually offers a higher interest rate than a traditional savings. However, there are several internal and external factors that may

What Not to Keep In Your Wallet

While there are a few things you may carry around in your wallet at all times, such as an ID or credit cards, in order to protect your confidential information, there

What’s on my Paystub?

With direct deposit, it can be easy to let your paychecks go into autopilot without checking them. However, it’s still important to know what’s on there and where your

Overcoming Retirement Fears

Retirement may seem like a lifetime away for most of us, but that doesn’t mean we can’t feel the pressure of the unknown future. Here are some common fears that people

Student Loan Scams

Every year, hundreds of thousands of students apply for some type of financial aid. Because of these numbers, there are fraudsters just waiting to take advantage of the

Should I Retire Early?

The average retirement age in the United States is 61. However, some people find themselves in a position where they may have the option to retire earlier. Here are some

Dealing with Robocall Scams

As with many people, you may have seen an uptick in the amount of robocalls you receive. While some of these are legitimate, you may also receive some spam. Here is what

Blog Rewind – Buying a Home

Summer home buying time is in full swing and you may be wondering where to start on your home buying journey. Here are some blog posts all about buying a home.

What is a Money Order?

Despite the many options out there for paying people back, there may come a time when you need to use a money order. If you aren’t quite sure what that is, here is some