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Recent Posts:

Workshop Recap: 5 Basic Steps to Budgeting

Published on January 14, 2019

 

At our last workshop, we discussed five basics steps to budgeting. For those of you who were unable to attend or anyone needing a refresher, here are five key takeaways from the budgeting workshop.

Discounts for Students

Published on October 25, 2018

 


Between astronomical tuition bills, piles of textbooks to purchase, foods costs and supplies, being a college student is definitely not cheap. Lucky for you, there are loads of companies out there that think you deserve a budgeting break. Here are five of the best student discounts out there.

THE 20% DOWN MYTH

Published on October 11, 2018

 

 


If you’re desperate to own a home of your own, you are likely saving up until you have 20% of your dream home’s total value. All that’s great, but the fact is you don’t need to put down 20%. 

SYNCING YOUR PHONE TO YOUR CAR CAN PUT YOU AT RISK

Published on September 20, 2018

 

In our uber-connected world, pressing a button on the steering wheel to make a phone call is second nature for many. Using our cars like a phone and storing information in data systems is so convenient!
Unfortunately, though, as security experts are warning, syncing your phone to your car can put you at risk for a data breach. Here’s what you need to know about the dangers. There is sensitive information stored in your phone—and your car.

How to avoid card skimmers

Published on July 02, 2018

 


Gas-pump skimming is an old crime making a comeback, and your card may be at risk. Since skimmer devices are almost invisible, they can be difficult to spot. And Bluetooth technology lets the scammer remotely obtain the info it collects from as far as 100 yards away.