In the next couple of weeks, thousands of college students will be heading off to college for the first time or maybe the fourth time. As parents, there is a wealth of information to impart to your children, but perhaps the most important are the following five financial tips.
Even though we are still in the long hot days of summer now is the best time to start planning for the holidays. Read below to learn some of the important steps you can take now to help make the holidays less bleary come this winter.
If you are in the market for loan, you are probably hoping that you can get the lowest rate possible and borrow the amount you need. Getting a great rate and the highest loan amount is going to be driven mostly by your ability to show that you are a low risk borrower.
A big component of financial success is knowing the products that you need to have and how best to use them. You might be surprised at what is on the list of financial products we all need and how they should be used.
Conventional financial wisdom is often quoted and yet unfortunately it is rarely followed. This is a missed opportunity because some of the basic rules can provide a strong financial foundation. A foundation that can make a difference on reaching your goals.
Many couples are deciding to take the final step in their relationship this summer and exchange wedding vows. They should also include the exchange of financial vows to be followed. Talking about money early in the relationship is extremely important.
Summer is the time to relax, enjoy outdoor activities and have great family vacations. It is also a time that fraudsters like to target unsuspecting victims. There are a few summer scams to avoid and awareness is one of the best ways to avoid being a victim.
Even though summer doesn’t officially start for a couple of more weeks, most kids are out of school, the weather is warmer and most of us are in full summer mode. Summer, unfortunately, is a time that many can make blunders that can turn their financial situation upside down.