Guide to Managing Finances for Deploying Service Members

Life in the military offers some distinct experiences compared to civilian life, and that includes your budget and finances. The pre-deployment process can feel overwhelming, especially when you’re organizing your money and bills.  It’s important you provide your family with…

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Who Can and Cannot Witness a Will?

A will is an important part of your financial plan. When you create a will and testament, you’re creating a legal document that determines how your assets will be distributed once you pass away. You can also use a will … Continue reading →

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9 Ways To Successfully Balance School And Work

More and more people are choosing to attend college and work at the same time. This can be those who are going straight from high school to college or adults going back to college. Whichever applies to you, balancing school and work will be an important part of how successful you will be. Whether you

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Why Are Mortgage Rates Different?

Mortgage rate Q&A: “Why are mortgage rates different?” Why is the sky blue? Why are clouds white? Why won’t your neighbor trim their tree branches? These are all good questions, and ones that often puzzle even the most savvy of human beings. First things first, take a look at how mortgage rates are determined to [&hellip

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Why I Hit Unsubscribe Whenever I See This Word in an Email

This morning, I was going through my email inbox and I read a message containing a marketing word that makes me cringe. It makes me cringe so bad that for the last year, I’ve been unsubscribing from 90% of the email lists I’m on when I see this word. It’s not a big deal in

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Financial Scams That Target the Elderly and How to Prevent Them

A 2015 study found that older adults lose more than $36 billion every year to financial scams. Unfortunately, con artists see the elderly population as an easy and vulnerable target. The American Securities Administrators Association’s President, Mike Rothman, explains that scammers take this approach because the current elderly population is one of the wealthiest we’ve… Read More

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Could 2021 be the year of consolidation in mortgage lending?

The record year of volume enjoyed by the whole of the mortgage industry may have fundamentally changed the mortgage landscape. On top of record profitability and huge revenues enjoyed thanks to the current low-rate environment, lenders have built huge cash reserves and many have accessed public capital through wildly popular IPOs and SPAC offerings. The…