Financial Wellness Archive 2019
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If you are self-employed or work on commission, you may be faced with a variable income, which is not always easy to budget. This variable income can make navigating expenses, especially in times of uncertainty and upheaval, as many of us are facing today, extremely difficult.
A mortgage payment is normally the largest household payment, and interest rate contributes greatly to that. But interestingly enough, a study conducted by Bankrate found that nearly 27% of Americans do not know their interest rate.
Has a new vehicle been on your radar, but you’re unsure if you should buy or lease? Other than a home mortgage, an acquisition of a vehicle is one of the biggest financial commitments you can make.
Is it time to finally update your bathroom, buy a new car, or go on that vacation you’ve been talking about for years now, but when you look at your bank account, you’re not sure how you are going to afford it? You may consider taking out a loan.
Teaching your child the basics of saving at a young age is a great way to prepare them for the future.
Here's why you should consider a financial advisor.
Explore some different options on how to make your money work harder for you.
In today’s society we expect instant access with a tap of a fingertip. As technology continues to evolve, so does the banking experience.
Looking to improve your credit score? Check out these tips.
The term financial literacy continues to float around media as a highly common term. But do we really understand the true meaning of the term?
Still want to plan a vacation this summer? Here are some ideas to help you plan on a budget.
We live in a subscription society; the ease and convenience of getting just what you want for a small monthly cost, set up once and sometimes forgotten.
Nearly half of millennials say social media has influenced them to spend money they don’t necessarily have, but how?
We all know the temptation that hits when you see a cheese board or charcuterie board on the menu at that hip new spot in town, but how do you manage splurging to get that insta-worthy pic, without breaking the bank?
You’re not playing with your parents’ money anymore.
A millennial’s guide to financial independence.
Attaining a goal of any kind is a huge accomplishment, but completing college is always high on the list. But what's next?
Learn how to prioritize your student loan and savings goals.
It’s all fun and games until you’re broke.
As parents we’ve all been there, your child wants to buy the hot new toy on the market and asks for money. You can agree and take them to the store to buy it, or you can encourage them buy it with funds earned from their allowance. But what’s the benefit of doing so?
Teaching your kids to save can be fun and provides a learning curve for them.
#GivingTuesday isn’t just about giving money to organizations. Every act of generosity counts and everyone has something they can give.
Americans racked up $1,000 in debt during last year's holiday season. Start your planning now to ensure your holidays are filled with happiness and joy, not regret.
Learn how an analyzed checking account may benefit your business.
Understand the basics of cash flow management for your business.
With the holiday season behind us, the joy of the most wonderful time of the year may be slowly fading away as you review your online banking to track your gift purchases.
Passwords are the key to your digital life.
Most likely you know the terms Adware, Ransomware, Spyware, Trojan, or Virus and probably use them interchangeably. But, these are all very different kinds of Malware.