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February 22, 2016

Tax Checklist: What Documents Do You Need?

Last week, we discussed whether you should attempt to do your taxes on your own or hire a professional.  Today, we’re offering a handy checklist to […]
February 15, 2016

Money Lessons From Our Past Presidents

Regardless of your political stance and your opinions of the upcoming United States 2016 presidential election, you’ve got to agree that being the president of the […]
February 3, 2016

Following a Stellar Year, Housing Market Will Struggle in ’16

Warmer weather heated up housing activity at the end of 2015 to help make it the best year for sales of new single-family homes since 2007. […]
February 2, 2016

Multi-Family Boom Busts Renters’ Wallets

The booming multifamily mortgage market has risen to new heights, passing the lofty $1 trillion mark. But while that may mean flourishing times for apartment lenders, […]
February 1, 2016

Most Americans Ruin Credit Before Age 30

A whopping 68% of Americans make at least one major financial mistake, or “credit fumble,” before turning 30, leading to a negative mark on their credit […]
January 18, 2016

MLK Day: Facts & Figures

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a federal holiday that is celebrated on the third Monday of every January. Many Americans see this holiday as a […]
January 15, 2016

What are the Hardest Working States in the U.S.?

America has long been known as the land of opportunity.  It’s the one place in the world where if you bare down and work your nose […]
January 12, 2016

Both Insured and Uninsured Struggle with Medical Debt

Both consumers with health insurance and those lacking any coverage are reporting problems paying medical bills, according to a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and […]
January 11, 2016

Student Savvy: Saving Money in 2016

The new year often inspires new habits and goals one wants to accomplish in the coming year. This year, many Americans have made the resolution to […]