Category: Personal Finance

by Stephanie Colestock

Refinancing Can Save Your Money and Your Marriage

Money issues can play a huge role in marital dissatisfaction. Refinancing your auto loan is a great way to save money and avoid financial conflict at the same time. There are a few things that couples are notorious for fighting over: whether someone forgot to take out the trash, whose turn it is to get […]

by Julia Guardione

Can money buy love and happiness?

Money is everything, but it’s also not everything. We know, “that’s a little confusing”, but hear us out. We love and need money. Whether we like it or not, our world revolves around it, both on a planetary and individual level. Though money both prompts and funds most of our life choices, there are also non-economic […]

by Elizabeth Harp

7 Ideas that Will Help You Save on Valentine’s Day

Saving money and showing your Valentine you care don’t always go hand-in-hand. Never fear! We’ve found several ways for you to show your special someone a good time without breaking the bank. Go for a Stroll A romantic stroll through the park or your neighborhood is a great way for you and your Valentine to […]

by Elizabeth Harp

7 Ways to Keep Your Finances on Track

Developing and maintaining the right habits are essential to keeping your finances in order. If you’re looking for ways to keep your finances on track, try these tips and you’re sure to see some positive results. 1. Adjust Expectations If you’re not where you want to be financially, you may need to adjust your expectations. […]

by Elizabeth Harp

8 Financial Resolutions for the New Year

The holidays are over and the new year has arrived. If you’re like most of us, then you’re probably looking for ways to improve your finances this year. Here are just a few ways to get your finances in shape in 2016. Review Your Finances In order to get your finances in shape, you must […]

by Julia Guardione

From the Desk of Roger Douville

Refinance loans a viable option for loan growth Growing and sustaining a consumer loan portfolio is a daunting task. I speak with the heads of many lending departments across the country about loan growth and how to get it. So many lenders turn to indirect in their haste to satisfy their appetite for loans. There’s […]

by Jonathan Olsen

8 Money Lessons to Learn Before 35

When it comes to being a financially savvy adult, there are quite a few lessons you should master before turning 35. From writing your budget to managing credit card debt, we’ve listed the topics you should start mastering now. How to write and stick to a budget Budgets are important because the way you manage […]

by Elizabeth Harp

8 Ways to Save Money On Your Super Bowl Party

With the Super Bowl just around the corner, you’re probably looking for a few ways to save money on your Super Bowl party. While it may seem impossible, there are a variety of ways to save money and have fun. Go Potluck One tried and true method for saving on any party is to go […]

by Elizabeth Harp

5 Reasons You Should File Your Taxes Early

Now that we’re well into the new year, it’s time to get everything together and file your taxes. While it may sound like a boring task, there are a variety of benefits to filing your taxes early. Read on to learn more. Are You Missing Something? One benefit to filing your taxes early is that […]

by Elizabeth Harp

How to Save Money During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is in full swing! Whether you enjoy holiday shopping or would rather get it over with, there are many ways to make the season less painful and more affordable. Use these tips to make the best of the holidays this year. Know Your Limits Between all of the gifts, trips, outings, and […]

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