Credit Report Mistakes on the Rise During the Pandemic

Mistakes are an unfortunate, yet natural occurrence. For instance, you may have asked for a side of teriyaki sauce in your takeout order but instead got honey mustard. More often than not, that is an…


5 Do’s for Investing in Uncertain Times

Breathe The natural response to tough economic times is to panic.  The fear of unemployment mixed with thoughts of a delayed retirement usually results in an emotional decision about your…


Time Is Money

Saving for retirement has taken a back seat to other items in your budget for far too long. You may be waiting for the economy to recover, feel you don’t have enough money to save, or have simply…


Let's Talk About Money

Do you talk to anyone about money? A lot of people prefer not to discuss the topic. Seventy percent of Americans consider talking about money to be rude. There are various reasons why people don’t…


5 Habits of Savvy Savers

Mastering the art of saving is an important part of your financial comeup. Knowing how much to save and how to go about saving it can be a tricky task for a lot of people. According to…


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Protect Your Neck: Avoiding a Personal Security Attack

With every crisis comes a ton of identity thieves and fraudsters; the COVID pandemic is no different. Having your identity compromised can be a nightmare. On top of dealing with the uncomfortable…


5 Takeaways From 'Credit Is King'

If you’re working to create economic mobility in your life, building your credit is a necessary component. You can’t create a better financial situation without understanding credit, how it works,…


5 Apps Financially Savvy People Are Using

5 Apps Financially Savvy People Are Using So you’re trying to be financially savvy? Great aspiration! Being financially savvy has great implications for your future and the future of your loved…


It Might be Time for a Checkup, Financially Speaking

A lot of people don’t like to talk about money. When the topic comes up, many people don’t have much to say. Could it have something to do with the fact that so many Americans are financially…


Budgets Before and After Social Distancing

It’s been approximately five weeks since the first wave of stay-at-home orders from municipalities and states began in the US.  Although we probably don’t want to hear this, many of us don’t know…