How bad credit can ruin a relationship

Bad credit and lackluster dating are not usually topics that are linked together. However, in a recent article one writer questions whether a person with bad credit is a good choice for a date. An inability to have control of one’s personal finances may be a sign of negative traits in other areas of life,… Read More »

Millennials and their debt

A survey of millennials reveals new insight into their spending habits. Overwhelming debt seems to be a pervasive issue in the lives of those aged 22 to 33. This debt greatly influences how they conduct their life. The survey, which was conducted by Wells Fargo, questioned more than 1600 millennials and 1500 baby boomers. Four… Read More »

Post-grad credit card debt

New college graduates have many big decisions to make. Which job to take? Where to live? One decision that grads often overlook is the quality of their banking institution. New grads should evaluate whether their current bank meets all their post-graduate needs. While still in college, banks often offer credits cards and no-fee checking account… Read More »

Post-divorce financial troubles

Loss of a job or a health crisis are unexpected life events that can cause long term financial strain. However divorce is another event that can create severe financial hardship for an individual. There are some things that every divorced person should do to protect their financial health. First, close all joint accounts after a… Read More »