Money Management

Was one of your goals for 2020 to get your finances in order? One of the most common New Year’s resolutions we hear about is people challenging themselves to save more money and/or spend less money. Well, the easiest way to keep on track is to have a tool that does all the heavy lifting […]

Let’s be honest. Even bringing up the word prenup can be awkward and depending on your audience, you might get some nasty glares. However, with divorce rates up to 50% according to the American Psychological Association, it is something that needs to be considered.

There are many options available to you for refinancing student loans. You should research and educate yourself on all the available possibilities for refinancing your student loans so that you can find the one that will be the best one for your situation.

Planning ahead of time for the arrival of a baby can make it a lot easier to take care of them as well as attend to other financial obligations. In 9 months, impactful steps can be taken to financially prepare for a baby.

This afternoon I was just reflecting on an interesting conversation with one of the interns from my old research center at the U of Maryland. This young man was just finishing his Bachelors degree, but had begun to make good progress towards paying off his debts and was beginning to think about saving to buy […]

Folks – get educated and learn about money. Develop good financial habits and watch your bottom line. If you don’t care about your financial health, nobody else will.

Did you know the number one reason for spouses to get divorced is money? We have all hard horror stories of recent newly weds who found out one or the other had huge amounts of debt in their name. And I think we can all agree, one of the first reactions we have is “How […]

In the financial world, we all have a number that’s supposed to sum up our fiscal credibility quickly. Credit scores can range from 300–850, and while the national average is just over 700 per CNBC; plenty of individuals suffer the wrath from low credit scores. Here’s why you should care about your credit score: Negotiating […]