The holiday season normally brings festive parties, family get-togethers and giving of gifts. In the year 2020 it remains to be seen what exactly our holiday season will bring, but gift exchanges are likely to be a pandemic-safe practice that
With colder weather quickly approaching it’s time to think about the things we do to prepare our houses and yards for winter. There are several reasons to be energy efficient but three of the most popular include global warming concerns,
We’ve talked about CD’s before, and for those unfamiliar with a Certificate of Deposit, you might want to check out our previous blog posts including: Once you’ve got the basics down, we can discuss CD laddering as an investment strategy.
While most people are familiar with a savings account, not everyone knows what a Certificate of Deposit (CD) is, or how similar it actually is to a standard savings account. Over the last couple of decades, CDs have become less
Just like all habits, smart money habits are best learned young. That is why it is as important to teach your kids the importance of saving money. This can be difficult as many adults today still struggle with building up
Forget the holiday season, prom season is here, and it’s just as much of a money pit. According to Yahoo Style’s 2017 Prom Across America survey, the average amount spent last year was over $600. This is actually fairly tame
With the beginning of a new year, and tax season right around the corner, there is no better time to consider how to put your tax refund to work for you! To help you gain a clearer picture of your
If you’re planning to buy a home this spring, now is the time to start preparing! Becoming a homeowner is a huge step that requires a lot of research and planning. We’ve listed out some important steps you can take