Rent or Buy Infographic
According to the Journal of Consumer Research, people are less likely to splurge when their surroundings are organized. What is organized? We all have our different definitions. Whether organization is alphabetized canned goods in your pantry or just whatever you like to consider organized chaos, tidiness is all about control. If you feel in control, you will spend less.
Breaking Up with Debt Infographic
Travel can be fun but expensive. So what are some ways to save for a trip? Below are a few suggestions to get you on track.
This may sound really funny (especially if you are not a single mom). But, if you are like most people you get out of school and go into shock over how hard it is to actually live on your income, let alone save anything. By thinking (and working) like a single mom, you can build a financial nest egg.
As you may be aware major retailer, Home Depot, has reported a global data breach. Your security is our highest priority at Financial Center and we are closely monitoring updates regarding the breach and any affected debit or credit cards.
At Financial Center, we promote good health. You might be thinking health in terms of physical wellbeing. You would be one- third correct. This post is intended to create physical and financial wellness and adding a dash of community involvement. Below are some ways to improve your health, budget and community involvement.
You have probably read many articles on eliminating credit card debt. Here is the cold hard truth. Credit card debt is does not seem to go away. Here are some tips to help diminish credit card debt.
Debt can consume our lives and limit our ability to enjoy life. At Financial Center, we believe in improving your financial life. Below are some practical tips to help you dig out of debt.
Credit Unions have surpassed 100 MILLION members nationwide this month. What does this mean? One out of three Americans is a credit union member. Credit union members were surveyed and reported that they are more satisfied compared to banks. They trust their financial institution over bank account holders.