A Graduate’s Guide to Healthy Finances

With college in the rear view and a cumbersome student loan bill coming your way, there is no time like the present to jump into adulthood and begin learning about properly managing your finances! Here is a college grad’s guide to financial stability and success: Build a Safety Net Building an emergency or “rainy day” … Continue reading A Graduate’s Guide to Healthy Finances

Be Your Child’s Money Management Model

Many of us feel out of our depth when it comes to teaching our kids about money. Maybe they get an allowance and are saving towards the purchase of a new bike, so in a way they are learning money management skills. But isn’t there more we should be doing? As small business owners, we’re … Continue reading Be Your Child’s Money Management Model

Plan Ahead for the Added Costs in the Mortgage Process

There are several different fees that buyers incur in financing their new homes; some of these go directly to the lender, others go to third parties involved in the transaction. First time buyers, in particular, may not be aware of these additional costs.  Be prepared: Here are some fees you should know about before beginning … Continue reading Plan Ahead for the Added Costs in the Mortgage Process