Both renting a place and buying a home come with their own sets of pros and cons. Which one is a better deal? Ultimately, it will come down to your financial situation. Take a look at these renting and buying advantages and disadvantages to help you make the decision.
How often have you called your financial institution, or even doctor's office and received unfriendly service? When considering switching financial institutions, looking for the “white glove approach” in terms of customer service can not only save you a headache, but also time.
It’s important to do your homework when choosing a financial institution to care for your hard earned money. There has been an ongoing battle between banks and credit unions that has lasted throughout the decades about which the better choice.
Are your kids on the right track to financial independence? Achieving economic prosperity is difficult, and it's especially hard for young people who've never learned how to manage money.
Even if you take great care of your car, high-priced repairs become unavoidable as you put more and more mileage on your car each year. Should you keep repairing your car, or start looking at switching and purchasing a new one? Ask yourself these five questions before making your decision.
We’d be “lion” if we said saving was easy. Teach children how to save for their goals and they’ll have one of the most difficult aspects of finance under their belt by the time they're teens—being consistent savers.
The real estate market is huge. Consider all the different types of property you see on a daily basis: medical buildings, apartments, raw land, shopping centers, banks and gas stations. It surprises people to learn that these are types of real estate you can own inside your portfolio.
Today, more than 60 percent of American teens have at least one social media account. Do you know how to keep your teen safe?
Planning ahead allows you to understand where you've been and where you're going with your spending and saving.