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Companies of all kinds are always looking for ways to increase their revenue — and that includes financial institutions. Today, traditional banks are being forced to compete with a constant influx of financial technology (Fintech) companies, and their desperation for new income streams has led them to create unlikely alliances with insurance companies. Over the […]
What if we could create a zero-waste lifestyle that freed up our finances and improved the planet?
I hardly ever recycled (other than turning in soda bottles and cans for Michigan’s $.10 deposit) growing up, and I shrugged it off as too much of a hassle in early adulthood — especially when I lived in rural areas that didn’t provide curbside recycling pickup. It wasn’t until I moved to Washington a few […]
Want to make 2018 different? Here’s some advice on turning financial goals to lifelong habits.
A recent survey showed that 84% of us have financial goals for 2018, and these five top the list: Saving money Paying down debt Sticking to a budget Improving credit scores Increasing retirement savings How do these line up with your 2018 money goals? It’s easy to set New Year’s goals, but statistics show that […]
Let’s look at five advantages of talking about money in private and public circles.
January is a popular month for setting new financial goals for the year. But, as many of us have learned over the years, we’re likely only setting ourselves up for failure during the beginning of the year. It’s not that we don’t see the need to improve our spending habits, be more consistent with savings, […]
Is building a capsule wardrobe on a budget possible? Considering the following tips makes it so.
Here's why a little extra monthly income can quickly turn into an excuse for lifestyle creep.
Getting an annual raise or a promotion that comes with a higher salary is a great feeling. It makes you feel appreciated for what you do, and, if your finances were tight, it brings a sigh of relief. What’s the first thing people tend to think of immediately after a raise? What to do with […]
Here are a handful of tips to finally help you overcome impulse shopping.
Try these tips for wise Bitcoin investing.
We’ve been hearing a lot about Bitcoin in the news lately, and financial advisors say they’re fielding more and more questions about this intriguing digital currency. (If you need to get caught up on Bitcoin and block chain technology, read this article). As with any technology, it’s taken a few years for Bitcoin and other […]
This couple figured it was a great time to try something they always wanted to do: practice extreme frugality.
In the business world, core values are important to shaping a company’s culture and vision. They will also dictate how the company will bring that vision to reality. But just having core values — even if they’re displayed in gold-embossed letters on the office wall — isn’t enough. Clients and customers will quickly notice if […]
This guide will help you survive budgeting in the "real world.".
One of the most exciting times of everyone’s life is entering the real word as a young adult. Finishing school, getting that first full time job, and venturing out on your own is always an important milestone everyone remembers. It signifies the start of adulthood and finally not being “a kid”. However, for many, the […]
These are three personal banking trends we’re certain to spot as we move into 2018.
It's not always easy, but there are a few things you can do to effectively live below your means.