Banking

Are Donor Advised Funds Right For You?

Donor Advised Funds or DAFs have been around for a while. The first ones were set up in the 1930s...

How to Budget and Still Stay Sane

We know the basics of making a budget. Seeing it on paper is one thing. You feel organized, ahead of...

Saving on School Lunches Part 2: Preparing School Lunches for Picky Eaters

Last time, we discussed the merits of bento boxes. This week we will go over packing school lunches. Again, if...

Is a Certificate of Deposit right for you?

A Certificate of Deposit, a.k.a a CD, is a great option to grow your savings, but there are some factors...

The Benefits of Buying a Used Car

The Benefits of Buying a Used Car

Over the past weekend, I heard three different people talking about buying cars. All three people were in different financial...

Different Types of Fraud & How To Protect Yourself

Whether we like it or not, fraud has become a prominent part of our technologically advanced society. Fraudsters are after...

How to Protect Your Money and Accounts Online

Being able to bank or shop online is a great convenience, but you want to be sure you’re protecting yourself...

How to Read a Credit Report

How to Read a Credit Report

A credit report is more important than some people believe. While it might not seem like a big deal, ignoring...

Building An Emergency Fund: Getting Started

Building an emergency fund is like eating healthy. It’s good for you long-term and it can help you feel better,...

Cheap Ways to Cure Cabin Fever

Cheap Ways to Cure Cabin Fever

For many of us, it’s that time of year again – the time when winter is starting to really lose...

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