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Even more scary than your child leaving the nest may just be paying for their new nest! If your son or daughter will be attending college in the near future, you may already be experiencing some anxiety about how to pay for college tuition. Fortunately, there are several options you can look into for financial assistance.

What does retirement look like for you? Do you dream of golf outings, spa treatments, travel, 
and eating at nice restaurants? Or, do you want to live a little more simply – card games, time 
with friends and family, meals at home, reading? Do you know how much you’ll need to just live 
versus living your dreams? 

Looking back at 2013.

So you messed up in 2013. The good news is that in most cases, it’s not difficult to get back on track. Here’s what you need to do now to correct 2013’s financial mistakes.

Categories: Finances, Homeownership, Saving

Did you know if your house isn't properly insulated, it could be leaking hundreds of your hard-earned dollars each year?

Every so often it's good to have a plan, especially when it comes to finances.

Categories: Finances, Planning, Saving

You like to save money on your groceries, clothes, and other merchandise, right? So why is it that many Americans pass up the opportunity to save hundreds of dollars to put towards medical expenses each year?

Categories: Credit, Finances

You see them advertised all the time on TV, prepaid debit cards have transitioned from an unattractive financial product to a product endorsed by some of the most popular celebrities.

Originally, prepaid debit cards were designed for people who do not trust banks and cannot afford to keep minimum balances in their account. The prepaid method allows people to hold different balances and “avoid monthly fees,” since some banks charge $15 just for a checking account, and that doesn’t include if you accidently overdraft.

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