Why Everyone Needs an Emergency Fund and How to Get Started

Have you heard that you should have a savings equal to at least three to six months of expenses for emergencies? It’s a great goal to aim for because layoffs, injuries, medical expenses and reduced income (i.e. life) happen. If

Six Things to Consider Before Buying a Camper

It’s summer and camping season is upon us. Everywhere you look there is someone pulling a camper, usually stacked with bikes or kayaks. For some that may look like a lot of work and the potential for a disastrous vacation

Anchoring: How First Impressions Have a Powerful Effect on Every-Day Decisions

Anchoring is important and helpful to understand when making a financial decision.

Reinforcement for Financial Change

Financial change is not easy, especially when it revolves around giving something up, but with the right tools it can become more manageable.

Divorce & Finances: Reducing Stress, Saving Money

Divorce takes a toll on people emotionally and can be financially devastating. According to a 2018 study by Nolo, a typical divorce costs approximately $15,500, primarily due to legal fees with the average divorce attorney charging $250 an hour. Taking

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