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December 4, 2015

Give Yourself the Gift of a Debt-Free Holiday

he holidays can be magical – there’s no other time of the year quite like it.  The decorations, the lights, shopping for your favorite people, spending […]
December 1, 2015

Should You Use a Signature or Pin With New EMV Chip Cards?

As pressure mounts on card issuers to offer chip-and-PIN cards, why are so many banks clinging to signatures?  Recently, 9 attorneys general sent a letter to the big […]
November 26, 2015

Thanksgiving 2015: By the Numbers

It’s time to baste that turkey, bring out the good china and lay out fresh towels as we get ready to welcome family and friends for […]
November 18, 2015

The Cost of In-State Tuition Across the Country

In-state or out-of-state?  Public or private?  The decision on where to go to college is a personal and complicated decision between child and parent.  According to a […]
November 11, 2015

Thank you, Veterans …

“Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field […]
November 11, 2015

In the Know: The New Student Loan Repayment Plan

The U.S. Department of Education released two regulatory packages addressing products and payment plans directed at student borrowers.  The revised Pay as You Earn plan, known as REPAYE, […]
November 10, 2015

Auto Loans Hit All-Time High

Automobile lending reached its highest level ever at the end of the third quarter while showing few signs of credit weakness, according to a recent Experian […]
November 9, 2015

Consumer Spending Up in October

Average daily spending by consumers in October totaled among the highest amounts this year and more than reports for October dating between 2009 and 2012, according […]
October 30, 2015

By the Numbers: Halloween 2015

Halloween is right around the corner, and while you frantically look for a costume or the perfect party (it falls on a Saturday this year, so […]