Mortgage

January 19, 2015

For Better of For Worse? Marriage and Taxes

The day you walked down the aisle, you dreamed about all the things that come with happily ever after – from moonlit walks on the beach […]
January 15, 2015

Why Did My Credit Score Drop?

Being late on one bill can’t hurt your credit score that much, right? Wrong! Not only can a single, small late payment slice 100 points off […]
January 13, 2015

Experian Now Offers FICO Credit Scores

Experian, one of the three primary credit bureaus, is now offering FICO scores when consumers sign up for its credit-monitoring products and services.  FICO is the […]
January 12, 2015

5 Money-Saving Apps to Start Off the New Year

Made a New Year’s resolution to start saving more money? Have you started the 52-week savings challenge?  Jean Chatzky, financial journalist and finance editor for NBC’s […]
January 6, 2015

401k Plans – Dare to Compare?

There are lots of different ways to save for retirement, but none is more important to working Americans than a company’s 401(k), 403(b), or 457 plan. […]
January 5, 2015

January is the Perfect Month for a Debt Detox

Forget your weight-loss resolution. Trade your juice cleanse for a debt detox. Those financial burdens don’t just weigh us down mentally — they also put future […]
January 2, 2015

Tax Software vs. Tax Pro?

Happy New Year and welcome to 2015! Most of us are ready to take on the new year and begin our new money goals.  What should […]
December 19, 2014

Shifts in Debt Create Challengess for ARM Professionals

A recent credit report study from TransUnion found that the composition of loans that people typically carry has materially changed for both the youngest and oldest […]
December 15, 2014

Now or Later? Prioritizing Your Debts

We often hear about good debt and bad debt. That’s probably because we’d all be depressed if financial experts went around referring to bad debt and […]