IRA accounts are confusing and unfortunately, not many colleges or workplaces offer the education needed to understand them fully. As valuable as these accounts can be to saving for retirement, though, it is crucial to familiarize yourself with them and how they can benefit you…. Read More

Unnecessary spending is one of the biggest contributing factors to bad credit and financial crisis. If you are seeking to better your credit score and become more financially capable, there are some things that you can do to cut down that unnecessary spending. 1. Make… Read More

The prospect of affording retirement is becoming increasingly worrisome for the generations of today.  Over the past few years, the cost of living has increased, more adult children are moving back home, pension plans are declining, health care costs are increasing, and social security benefits… Read More

It’s always hard to put money away, specially for something “boring” as retirement. This is how I used to think about it in my 20’s and wish I would’ve paid more attention, or someone would’ve led me in a different path. As I grew older,… Read More

Open the Door to Mortgage Savings By Doing This

Perhaps one of the biggest expenses that most homeowners face is their mortgage. Fortunately, however, there are ways to save on your monthly mortgage payments! Whether you already have a mortgage or are considering applying for your first home loan, here are some tips and… Read More

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Homeowners Still Have Time Before Deadline Ends

The HARP refinancing program for homeowners was introduced under President Obama by the Federal Housing Finance Agency in March 2009. Unfortunately, this program was set to expire at the end of December 2016. Fortunately, however, a recent extension of the program means that it’s not… Read More