Financial Education

If you’re aiming to be smart with your money there are many ways you can approach it. Here are three smart money moves you definitely won’t regret in the long run. Pay down high interest debt The most important (in our opinion) of smart money moves is paying off high-interest debt. High-interest debt is easily one of...

If you don’t pay your bills on time, the consequence might be the termination of your services like electricity or your phone, or your account could end up in collections. Even more costly and nerve-wracking, you could sued. There are more than just financial benefits if you pay your bills on time. Late fees  Late fees...

As children grow into teens and young adults, they begin learning about building good credit habits. Not having the proper guidance can lead young people down a path of building debt and poor money management. Starting at home with some principles for good financial management is a great way for parents to help their...

We know that going through a divorce can be difficult. Not only emotionally, but legally, and financially, too. Don’t let your mixed assets affect your credit report after you file for divorce. Here are some ways to prepare for separating your credit and steps to regain your financial independence.  Remember that your...