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Achieving financial security doesn’t happen overnight, but it can happen with a detailed plan and some discipline to boot. Get started with these four easy-to-follow steps.
Buying your first home can be exciting and scary. Where do you begin and how do you know what’s right for you? FORUM offers great resources to help you get started.
Whether you attend high school or you’re going to college, FORUM’s Student Checking Account gives you the flexibility and services you need to accommodate your lifestyle. Plus, right now if you open a Student Checking before August 31, you’ll be entered to win 1 of 4 prizes!
Congratulations on graduation! It’s time to get geared up for college so you can meet new people, discover your academic interests, and welcome some more financial independence. As you transition into college, managing your money well can make your life easier. Here are a few things to think about.
You probably are hoping that you can get the lowest rate on your next car or home loan but have you done everything possible to be a sought after borrower? There are a few simple steps you can take to make yourself an attractive borrower that will help you always get the best rate.
A great first step in improving your financial life is debt reduction. Credit card offers are so appealing these days: low introductory rates, reward points, high limits. Many consumers rely on them to get through hard times and are left with large amounts of debt and high interest rates. Here are a few strategies to help you begin the process of reducing debt.
In today’s environment, your credit score is an extremely important number for many reasons. Unfortunately many people don’t understand that they may unintentionally be lowering their score. There are many different activities in your life that can negatively impact your credit score and the only real positive impacts are achieved by paying your obligations on time, all the time.
Debt can be extremely detrimental to your financial future if you're not careful. Fortunately, there are ways to manage debt so it works for you, rather than against you - but it does require a little thing called self-discipline.