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From everyday household essentials to fun purchases, just about every store you buy things from or brand you purchase will have a social media page. Following these social media pages can be a great way to be kept in the loop about company news and changes, but did you know they can also affect your […]

Everyone has their own reason for starting a budget, but everyone who implements and sticks to a budget usually has a shared goal in mind: to save more money. If you haven’t been sticking to a budget, the following are some examples of common situations that might prompt you to reevaluate your spending habits: Marital […]

If you’re in college, you may be required to take on an internship (depending on your program of study) or you might have the option to take one. If you’ve thought about taking on an internship, but you’re not sure if it’s for you, consider some of the many benefits: Choosing your career path College […]

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Nobody ever plans to get sick, but alas, it does happen. Getting sick is certainly no fun, and depending on what your specific illness is, it can be downright miserable. But have you ever considered how getting sick also affects your finances? This is one reason why having an emergency fund is so important. Even […]

Seriously relying on that next paycheck in order to take care of necessary expenses and bills may not be an ideal situation, but for many, it’s reality. If you currently live paycheck to paycheck, you certainly aren’t alone. Although it can be stressful waiting for your next payday, the following tips can help: Automatically contribute […]

A bad credit score can cost you: you’ve probably heard it before. But did you know that poor credit could literally cost you money? Here’s how: High interest If your credit isn’t that great, you might still get approved for loans and credit cards, but at a much higher cost. People with bad credit usually […]

We all know that so many things rely on our credit score, and without good credit, it can be difficult to get approved for loans and credit cards. But borrowing money isn’t the only thing that is dependent upon good credit. Many consumers are surprised to learn that their credit score can affect the following […]

Most individuals depend on the steady money they make from their jobs in order to pay their bills and other expenses. But sometimes, it can be difficult—or impossible—to continue working due to a sudden disability, illness, or injury. Disability insurance is a type of policy that was designed to provide protection in these scenarios. Some […]

  There is so much to prepare for financially when it comes to college, and the cost of tuition is easily the largest expense for any student to budget for. Although tuition costs continue to rise, college can still be affordable, with some of the following tips that can help to lower your tuition expenses: […]

Establishing credit can be a slow process, especially if you are bouncing back from years of poor credit, a foreclosure, or bankruptcy filing. But even if you’re establishing credit for the first time, finding loans and credit cards that you’re eligible for can be somewhat difficult. As you begin to establish credit, the following tips […]