November 1, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Economic Impact & Helping Hands

Hurricane Sandy has already prompted huge swaths of the East Coast to shut down – an area with a daily GDP of about $10 billion, according […]
October 29, 2012

Tips for Riding Out Hurricane Sandy

For those in the path of Hurricane Sandy, the wind, rain, floods and potential blackouts are on the way.  If you are sheltered in place with adequate food, […]
October 24, 2012

Hauntingly Helpful Halloween Hints

Do you find that the most frightening part of Halloween is paying too much for all the fun stuff you need to celebrate?  Just three weeks […]
October 23, 2012

Election 2012: Don’t Wait on Washington to Fix Your Finances

A presidential election is coming up soon – maybe you’ve heard? And it’s not just Obama and Romney who’ve pinned their hopes to the outcome on Election […]
October 18, 2012

Is It Time to Have "The Talk" With Your Kids?

At what age should you start to teach your kids about money and personal finance?  The truth is, it’s never too early.  These are critical skills […]
October 16, 2012

7 Deadly Sins: Financial Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

Who among us has not made a costly financial blunder? Admit it – we all make some dumb moves for which we have to pay a […]
October 12, 2012

Common Myths About Debt Collection

Today more than 30 million consumers have delinquent or defaulted accounts under collection, averaging $1,400 each.  “Repayment of consumer debt is the lifeblood of America’s credit-based […]
October 10, 2012

Student Loans: The Effects of Delinquency & Default

It’s October – time for football, falling leaves, bonfires and cool, crisp evenings.  But for many recent graduates, it’s also a far less exciting season: time […]
October 4, 2012

Colleges that Lead to the Most and Least Debt

Students at Princeton University not only attend one of the best National Universities in the country, they also are likely leaving school with less debt than […]