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Driver’s licenses, first jobs, school dances and college searches: your teen years are full of important milestones. They also tend to be more financially focused, with your first big purchases and glimpses of adulthood on the horizon.
To celebrate Financial Wellness month, we created a month-long challenge. If you are willing to spend a few minutes every day working toward your goals, the challenge can help you reset your budget, improve your relationship with money, save on everyday expenses, and more.
There are plenty of financial products, like loans, mortgages and credit cards, that can help us achieve big goals. Unfortunately, financial services can also be incredibly restrictive, shutting those who could benefit the most from using them out.
It’s engagement season! Every year between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day couples all over the country take the first step toward marriage. Traditional engagements include the presentation of a diamond ring which can range in cost from modest to lavish. Discover the average cost of an engagement ring and learn more about saving for your special purchase.
Refinancing your home is a useful tool that can help you make the most of your investment. However, you should carefully examine your goals and circumstances to determine if it is the right choice for you. Read on to learn more about the pros and cons of refinancing your home.
‘Tis the season for shopping and gift-giving! Between supply chain shortages and recent mass changes in employment, finding and purchasing presents for everyone on your list might be trickier than in years past.
With every new year comes the opportunity to make changes in your life. It may seem cliche, and you certainly do not have to wait for the start of a new year to make changes to your financial life. However, many enjoy the momentum they feel when they create resolutions for the new year. Here are five financial resolutions for 2022 that could help you start your new year right.
Did you know that there is a minimum payment warning on every credit card bill you receive? It usually includes a table that spells out how many years and how much money it will take to pay off your debt if you only make minimum payments. Creditors are required by law to include this information. However, most borrowers never look at this information closely, which means that what happens when you make minimum payments remains lost in the fine print.
Follow these tips to plan for your resignation and protect your finances when you resign. People are calling it The Great Resignation. In 2021 a record number of Americans have voluntarily resigned from their jobs, many in search of more pay, better working conditions, superior benefits, or more flexibility.
The holidays are a wonderful time for having fun, but they can also cause financial stress. If you are bracing yourself for the impact holiday shopping will have on your wallet, it may be time to approach your holiday spending with a new strategy. ‘No spend’ challenges are a new trend that can help you save money, break bad habits and reset your budget. This blog goes over some basic rules for a “no spend” challenge, as well as ways…