A joint banking account could be the answer to your financial woes while your partner may not be keen on risking their good credit, especially if you’re not married.

If you’ve ever had times when you were afraid to check your bank account, don’t worry. We’ve all been there.

The more financially savvy we are the greater the opportunity to build wealth and avoid financial setbacks.

With proper money management and a true understanding of what kind of millennial you are, nothing is unattainable.

The first step to creating an effective budget is knowing exactly what you're working with.

Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Now that we all know the issue at hand: lack of financial literacy. Before we can fix it, we have to truly understand what it means. Financial literacy is simply understanding how money works. Knowing how to make, manage, and invest your funds. Some might say, “No, I have a job and […]

Sign Up For Our Newsletter! 76 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. Yes, 76 percent. That’s more than half of the US population that constantly live in financial restraint. Now we all know life is very unpredictable and being at a financial disadvantage can happen at any time but the key is to be […]

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