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

Good Money Goals vs. Bad Money Goals

When creating a budget, it's important to come up with a set of goals as this will help dictate where and how your money needs to spent. However, you need to make sure

Teen Financial Toolkit - Credit Score

Last month, we learned more about credit cards, now we are going to take a closer look at credit scores.

You Bought a Home. Now What?

There is a lot of information out there regarding the process of purchasing of a new home. But what are some of the first things you should do after you buy a house?

HELOC Q&A

Before applying for a Home Equity Line of Credit, you may have to do some research to make sure it’s the best loan option for your situation. Here are some common

Preparing Finances for Divorce

One of the more difficult parts of a divorce is untangling the financial lives of two people. This is especially true if you’ve been married for awhile and don’t know

Recognizing Signs of Fraud

As technology continues to evolve, so do potential fraudsters. There are now many avenues they can taken when it comes to obtaining money or private information from

Making Your Business More Efficient

As a small business owner, the productivity of your employees and the experience of your customers may be two of your top priorities. Having a plan in place to improve

Budgeting with Roommates

While handling money and expenses on your own can be difficult enough, add a roommate or two and it can become complete chaos. Here are some tips for budgeting with