Mastering Student Loans: Know Before You Owe

Student loans remain a hot topic…and will for years to come. So we’re flashing back to Barb’s post with how to prepare for and deal with student loan debt. As a financial counselor, I have observed a few disturbing trends

4 Bad Financial Habits That You Need to Break Stat

Most of us have bad habits that we tell ourselves we’re going to stop. But it’s hard to break patterns without making a conscious effort. So here are some bad financial habits to stop asap…with tips on how to be

10 Quotes to Keep you Inspired in 2018

We are just over one month into 2018 and now is the time for a little motivation to keep going with your goals or to get back on track. Sometimes all it takes is a few words to remember why

Retirement: Live for Today and Plan for Tomorrow

We’re flashing back to Mary’s post about planning for retirement. Because it’s never too early to plan…and there’s no time like the present! So, you are FINALLY nearing retirement age, but you and your spouse never actually discussed what this

When Should I Use My Emergency Savings Fund?

If you have an emergency fund, you have put yourself in a more stable financial position. But have you been tempted to get some cash for future plans, like a concert or a trip? If so, I’m sorry to break

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