Credit scores are an area of personal finance that seem a lot more mysterious than they actually are. Many people believe that improving them is a matter of trial and error, and as a result there’s a lot of “credit score advice” floating around that can end up doing more harm than good.Read More
If you don't have a budget, why should you set one up? If you are generally aware of how you spend your money, what is the point of creating a restricting and time-consuming budget?
The truth is, a budget doesn't have to be restricting OR time-consuming. In fact, it can provide a framework for you to reach your financial goals, and give you the flexibility to enjoy life!Read More
Your score depends on your financial actions - amounts owed, payment history, length of credit history, new credit, types of credit used. If someday you want a home, auto, student, or personal loan, take control of your score. Establish good credit, and reach your financial goals.Read More
I often hear that a major reason people choose less healthy food options is because more healthy options are more expensive. While this may generally be true, especially for produce, it's about what you choose that has the biggest impact on the cost of groceries.Read More
Credit unions have grown from a small movement in Germany, to Canada, and finally to the U.S. in 1909, with the mission to help people. As a member, you have joined a movement whose mission is to give working class people a chance to succeed.Read More
Days are busy and I don't always have time to stop what I am doing and think about tracking my spending, let alone budgeting for the future. Here are my top 5 favorite financial apps that simplify the money side of life!Read More
Do you like to stay fit, or want to get fit, but don't want to spend money on a gym membership? I found some fun ways to stay fit this fall, even without that expensive gym membership!! Subscribe and like for more money and savings tips!Read More