About 80% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, often struggling between paydays.
When it comes to managing your finances, are you more likely to be spontaneous and optimistic or stick to a formal plan?
It’s always a good time to reassess financial goals and work toward improving your overall financial health.
In 2019, many Americans are planning for a “better me” in the year ahead.
Are you feeling good about your finances? Or do phrases like “account balance,” “credit score” and “retirement savings” give you a twinge of anxiety?
It’s that time of year again when you may find a little bit of extra money in your pocket, thanks to your annual tax refund.
Anyone who has tried to borrow money to purchase a car, buy a home or open a revolving line of credit may be familiar with the term FICO Score.
Owning your own home comes with many advantages, including escaping rising rents and the personal and financial stability associated with homeownership.
It’s virtually impossible to know what size home you can afford if you aren’t fully aware of how much money you are earning and how much you are spending each month.