Refresh Your Finances During Financial Literacy Month

April is Financial Literacy month and while it might not mean much to the average person, it’s important to make time for your finances. Ideally, you take a look at your income, budget, and debts on a regular basis. But

To Spend Or Not To Spend? That Is The Question

We’re flashing back to Mary’s post about how you spend your money. Read on to see how to¬†improve your finances if you typically wing it when it comes to spending money.¬† Do you have an actual spending plan for those

5 Energy Saving Tips That Really Work

It’s not always easy to find ways to save money, but it’s a necessity for most people in order to build emergency savings, avoid debt, and even increase retirement savings. While there are many ways to save, reducing energy costs

What would you tell your 20-year-old self about money?

We’re flashing back this Friday to Elaina’s post about being proactive with your money decisions now…even if you didn’t start out on the right financial foot. Have you ever said to yourself: “If I could go back in time, I

How to Minimize the Potential for Identity Theft

Identity theft can literally happen to anyone. From children and teens to adults and seniors, no one is 100% protected from being scammed. However, there are ways that you can minimize the possibility of being a victim of identity theft.

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