Graduation is a thrilling and terrifying time for high school and college graduates alike. Even with four significant years separating those monumental moments, five basic pieces of financial wisdom hold true for both sets of graduates. Financial advice for recent graduates:
Since money means different things to different people, it’s no surprise myths are abundant. Friends, parents, teachers, and even those you look to as financial professionals, can perpetuate these myths. So let’s examine five of the most common money myths that you may still believe.
Your credit report and credit score are two of the most vital measurements of your financial health. Tweet this Properly caring for them puts you in the position to save thousands of dollars during the course of your life. Why? Because your credit report and credit score play a large role in determining how high […]
Did you know having a good credit score can save you thousands of dollars? Credit scores (or Fair Isaac Credit Score) follow you from job to job and don’t just determine the interest rate you pay on your auto or mortgage loan. Your credit score also can contribute to whether you are promoted in your […]
Last year, my boyfriend and I celebrated Christmas with tickets to see the Broadway musical “Wicked.” Caught up in the splendor of the holidays in New York City, we decided to indulge in some horrifically overpriced theater cocktails. As the bartender began pouring my boyfriend’s gin and tonic, he asked “Just one shot or would […]
Have you just recently put an offer on a new home? Are you in the process of shopping around for a lender? Here are 6 home mortgage tips, Do Not’s, on how to make smart moves as you prepare to buy a home or even when you want to maximize your money during a refinance […]