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25 Tips to Get Your Clothes Shopping Habit Under Control

If your shopping habit is interfering with reaching other…

Stock Market Corrections are Inevitable

As you open your account statements and see your balance…

Forward-Thinking Tax Strategies to Implement This Year

Many people dread tax season. The idea of digging through all…

Financial Planning — It has nothing to do with luck.

This month of March you may be thinking about all things green…

February is Often a Month Full of Relationship Talk.

February is often a month full of relationship talk. We talk…

Why Do We Procrastinate about Finances?

Let’s face it: life gets busy. Between our professional and…

Your New Year Financial Checklist

New Years is an exciting time. It’s a moment filled with hope.…

Why You Need A Financial Plan

There are a few times a year when the volume of calls to…

Simple Money Truth # 7: You Are Your Credit Score

Your credit score is the single most important tool institutions use to determine your creditworthiness. Without a credit score of 700 or over, you won’t get the best rates on mortgages and car loans, and you may not get that apartment or job that you dream of. Your credit score can also affect the price you pay for auto insurance. A low credit score can prevent you from getting what you want or make what you get much more expensive!