How To: Have a Savings Account While You're in College

Approximately a year ago, when I was living in Los Angeles, I turned to my close friend and asked her if she had a savings account…she laughed…loudly. I then broke into

Online Shopping Cleanse

If it feels like not a day goes by where you don’t receive some type of home shopping delivery, it may be time to take a look at your online shopping habits. Here are

Home Buying Preparation Tips

So you're getting ready to buy a new home. Before you start looking at potential houses and filling out mortgage paperwork, there's a few things you need to do as

Automatic Savings Plan

One of the most important part of any budget is paying yourself first. This means putting aside money for general savings, emergency savings, or retirement savings

Explaining Health Savings Accounts

Health Savings Accounts, also known as HSAs, are a way to save money to use for medical bills. These accounts were created to help those 65 years old and younger with

Are You Frugal or Cheap?

Making smart financial choices is great, but at what point do you cross from being frugal to just down right cheap? Here are some of the differences between the two.

Teaching Kids to Save Money

April is National Credit Union Youth Month. In honor of this, we are going to talk about some of the ways that you can get your kids started down the path to a solid

America Saves Week - Part Three

Today, we're going to talk all about saving for college. Next to retirement, this can be one of the most stressful and difficult things for which to save. However, you

Comparing Costs - Financial Fitness Plan

This month is all about making additional cuts in your budget through comparing costs. Let’s take a look at some common expenses people face and find ways to cut them