Banking

June 11, 2015

Americans' Housing Optimism Gains Momentum

Consumer attitudes about the housing market showed marked improvement last month, strengthening the case for a lift in housing activity this year, according to results from […]
June 9, 2015

Should You Close Your Credit Card Account?

If you’re no longer using a particular credit card, there are financial benefits to keeping it open – as long as it’s free. But if it’s […]
June 8, 2015

Homebuyers Know the Importance of Credit Scores

According to a recent survey from Experian Consumer Services, 95% of homebuyers are aware that credit scores play a significant role when purchasing a home, and those who know […]
June 4, 2015

Retirement Confidence Rises Slightly

In yesterday’s blog post, we discussed ways to ensure that you’ll have enough during your Golden Years.  Today, we focus on retirement confidence.  Slightly more than half, […]
June 3, 2015

Will You Run Out of Money in Retirement?

It happens so often, you may not even notice it anymore – that flutter of anxiety you feel in the pit of your stomach whenever someone […]
June 2, 2015

New Tools To Prevent Credit Card Fraud

After the rash of retailer data breaches in recent years, you may be tempted to stash your credit cards under your mattress and just pay cash. But even […]
May 29, 2015

The Cheaper the Home, the Higher the Borrowing Cost

Small loan amounts are offered at more expensive rates than those of higher amounts, according to an analysis of loan requests and quotes on Zillow Mortgages. […]
May 28, 2015

What Debt Collectors Can (and Can't) Do

Let’s face it – debt collectors have a bad reputation. There are numerous unprofessional collectors who give the industry a bad name.  Many lie, yell, intimidate […]