With the holidays upon us, this time of year brings to mind financial goals and plans for the New Year. Get ready, get set…go! Continue reading Credit Union Savings Accounts: New Year = New Goals
It’s one of life’s scarier facts: No one is 100 percent protected from the risk of identity theft. Luckily in the realm of ID theft prevention there are a number of habits you can practice that help limit your vulnerability. Continue reading ID Theft Prevention: 13 Smart Habits
“Why should I get a credit report review?” is a simple question with a number of answers. Continue reading Credit Report Review: Is it worth my time?
Interest rates for home loans have dipped historically low for quite some time now making folks consider a mortgage refinance. According to Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey, rates for the week ending November 5 remained below 4 percent for both 30- and 15-year fixed-rate mortgages.
Do you ever get the feeling you’re never really getting ahead financially? Or each time you make a little progress, an unexpected expense pops up like clockwork? This can be especially frustrating when you made the effort to trim your monthly expenses and follow a budget, yet at the end of the month you feel like you’re right where you started. It’s a good time to look back over the year and take stock of the big financial picture. Continue reading Credit Counseling – Tackle Debt with GreenPath