7 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Finances

Personal Finance

7 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Finances

7 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Finances

Cold weather often means hibernation, binge-watching television and even ignoring some of the important aspects of life. If your finances took a greater hit than the East Coast this winter, it’s time to get to work. As the temperatures rise and all the snow melts away, make sure you are cleaning more than your home…. Read More

The Ultimate Bootcamp for Homebuyers

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The Ultimate Bootcamp for Homebuyers

The Ultimate Bootcamp for Homebuyers

Becoming a homeowner is more than a big decision — it’s a journey. And just like you wouldn’t leave for a trip without making sure you’ve packed all your bags, you shouldn’t embark on the road to homeownership without preparing for the possible twists and turns ahead. If you’re looking to purchase a home in the… Read More

5 Tips for a Frugal & Fun Valentine’s Day

Personal Finance

5 Tips for a Frugal & Fun Valentine’s Day

5 Tips for a Frugal & Fun Valentine’s Day

If you have a significant other, you know how stressful Valentine’s Day can be – stressful and expensive. From cards and gifts to flowers and dinners, your wallet can face a hit worse than during the holiday season. Love-struck consumers dish out billions every year, but you don’t have to go broke to make your… Read More

How to Bounce Back From the Holiday Debt Hangover

Personal Finance

How to Bounce Back From the Holiday Debt Hangover

How to Bounce Back From the Holiday Debt Hangover

The holidays have come and gone but many of us were left with more than gifts. Holiday debt, or what I affectionately refer to as the “holiday hangover” often accompanies the wrapping paper, eggnog and holiday cheer. If you went a little spending crazy this year, and years before, you are not alone. Consumers are… Read More

9 Money Lessons I Learned From My Parents

Personal Finance

9 Money Lessons I Learned From My Parents

9 Money Lessons I Learned From My Parents

My parents are a couple that anyone can look up to financially — not because they drive fancy cars or have a home in Boca (spoiler: they don’t) but because they are resourceful and forward-looking with the money they earn. I’ve always known that financial responsibility is important to my parents, especially my mom. I… Read More

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