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Mar 17, 2021

Whether you just returned from the doctor’s office or simply checked your mailbox, you may find yourself with a variety of personal information documents. It’s easy to just file these away or toss them in the trash, but we want to help you sort out what’s worth keeping and what’s worth shredding. That way, you not only keep your personal information safe, but get to organize that pesky filing cabinet.

Jan 06, 2021

As you build credit, you'll want to make sure that your credit is reported accurately. Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for crediting reporting agencies to make mistakes in their reports. In this article, we'll go over the basics of credit reporting and how you can fix an error if you find one.

Dec 30, 2020

Times of transition can bring an increase in fraud attempts, and criminals may try to take advantage of you. It is important that you be extra cautious about protecting your personal information to help make times of transition smooth and secure.

Dec 10, 2020

Would you consider simplifying your lifestyle if it helped to improve your finances? Fortunately, downsizing your possessions doesn’t have to mean giving up those things you love. Keep reading for minimalist lifestyle tips that help you live comfortably with fewer material belongings.

Nov 17, 2020

It’s not a surprise that you want to share your life with a friendly pooch. The human-dog bond is intense for a good reason. Many benefits come from living with a canine companion. But you may be wondering, “How much does it cost to own a dog?” It’s important to consider the financial side of dog ownership.

Oct 15, 2020

As the average life expectancy continues to increase, retirees are needing to save more money to ensure a comfortable retirement. Read  this article for a few tips on how to make money last through retirement.

Oct 01, 2020

When choosing an auto loan, it is obviously important to secure a good rate. But it can be just as important to choose the right term length for your auto loan—meaning choosing how many years (expressed in months) you will be paying the loan off. Read this post to learn more.

Aug 13, 2020

If you’re asking this question, you’re on the right track toward a more secure financial future. Here are some factors to consider when answering the question “how much should I save each month?”

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