Credit is an exchange of money, services or goods for a future payment. Rather than carrying a wad of money with you all over town, paying for expenses with credit is a convenient way to manage your money when used properly.
The weekend should be the time to relax and recharge after the workweek. Unfortunately, many of us squander our leisure days with habits and activities that leave us stressed and depleted come Sunday evening. To help you avoid wasting your weekend, we’ve gathered together four tips that can help you […]
As soon as the holiday season begins, excited youngsters start their wish lists. Although it’s a tradition, it’s also a potential source of frustration and unhappiness. Not being able to buy their dream gift, or not having the funds to buy as much as they may be expecting can result […]
Do you often find yourself living paycheck to paycheck or feel like you’re treading water financially? You’re not alone. In fact, only 30% of Americans have a long-term financial plan that includes savings and investment goals.1 Want to improve your financial health and start planning for the future? You can […]
The state of the economy is always a hot topic in the news, making a lot of terminology sound familiar. But is the average American clear on what those economic terms mean? And how they affect their own personal finances? Let’s breakdown the basics of economics. What Are Economics? […]
Taking a vacation from your stressful job sounds great in theory — that is, until you’re forced to de-stress and disconnect from the office. Vacation is meant to put some space between you and work so you can have time to relax and put your hectic mind at ease. However, […]