How many short-term financial decisions do you make each week? You probably make more than a few, and they may feel routine. Yet, in managing these day-to-day issues, you may be drawn away from making the long-term money decisions that could prove vital to your financial well-being.
From home improvements to paying off higher interest debt, there are many ways to use your home's equity. Learn about the difference between a Home Equity Loan and Home Equity Line of Credit - and how you can use one to make things happen.
How can we help you avoid difficult money situations and put you in the best financial position for success? This question is at the heart of so many things we do here as your financial partner – including our decision to eliminate the non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee as of April 1.
When we use our debit or credit cards this Women’s History Month, we need to remember we only have them because of the long fight for women’s financial independence led by then attorney, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who later became the pioneering Supreme Court justice.
Man is Mortal. That makes life insurance a little unique and interesting, doesn’t it? We purchase things like health insurance, car insurance and home insurance, then hope we never have a need to use them. Life insurance is different because it’s a widely accepted fact that, sooner or later, each one of us will die.
We’ve all heard of credit reports. But, do you know how they tie to your purchasing power and eligibility to borrow? In this session, we’ll break down credit reports from top to bottom, teach you how to read a report, understand ratios that generate your score and know what gets reported.