• New Year’s Resolutions for a Successful Year at College

    A new year also means it is time for new resolutions to guide you towards better things. Looking to save for a spring break trip to Cancun or a security deposit for an off-campus apartment next fall?...

    • January 7, 2019
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  • Take Steps to Tackle Your Personal Debts

    Most American families carry debt, whether it’s the $10,000 in credit card debt or the $60,000 in student loans, but at some point, the amount of debt can grow until it becomes unmanageable. It is possible to...

    • April 3, 2018
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  • Marriage & Debts: Helping to Repair Your Spouse’s Credit Score

    Congratulations – You’ve tied the knot! One of the first questions married couples ask their financial advisor is if their credit scores and debts are going to affect the other partner. While your credit scores are going...

    • February 20, 2018
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  • Wedding Finance 101 – Walk Down the Aisle Without Debt

    Everyone looks forward to the ceremony and building a life together, but nobody looks forward to digging themselves out from under mountains of debt. The average wedding is setting couples back nearly $30,000; these star-studded affairs are...

    • June 1, 2017
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  • Strengthen Your Financial Safety Net with Your 2012 Tax Refund

    For most of us living on a limited income or from paycheck to paycheck, money and expenses are a constant concern. If you are expecting a large tax refund this year, consider ways to make your refund...

    • March 14, 2013
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