Saving money doesn’t have to be something you dread. Whether you’re just beginning a path to financial responsibility or you’ve been handling your finances successfully for years, adding variety to your savings routine can keep you on track.
A FICO (Fair Isaac Corp.) credit score is a three-digit number that represents the likelihood of a consumer’s ability to repay a loan.
Adequate savings are critical to healthy finances. Instead of keeping money in a piggy bank or regular checking account, you may be curious about money market and CD accounts.
If Uncle Sam gives you money back at tax time this year, it can feel like an unexpected bonus. Do you consider it “free money” and spend it on something fun and frivolous?
If you’re thinking about growing your money, a Certificate of Deposit (CD) is a great way to start.
Springtime is finally here! That means longer days, warmer weather, and an approaching deadline of April 15th to either file your taxes or...
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are accounts that let you set aside money to pay for medical expenses. You can open an account through your employer, if your health insurance is considered a High-Deductible Health Plan (HDHP).
Managing money isn’t something that comes naturally for many people. Most of us have to learn how to make sure our income can cover all the basics and still have money saved to spend on the fun things in life. If you’re new to managing expenses and income, the most important thing is just to begin taking small steps. Financial responsibility and successful budgeting are within your reach.
What is a checking account?
A checking account is a safe place to keep your money at a financial institution. You can add money to the account (deposit) or take money out of your account (withdrawal).