Are You Looking for a Job?

The New Hampshire unemployment rate is at an all-time low of 2.7%. This means there are hundreds of job openings. “Help Wanted” signs are hanging in the windows of many stores and restaurants, but how do you locate jobs available outside of the retail and service industries? Looking and applying for a job is now […]

What Is Identity Theft? It Is Real And It Can Happen To You

It was recently reported that 143 million American consumers’ personal identifiable data maintained by Equifax, one of the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies, had been breached. In 2016, over 500 million e-mail accounts at Yahoo were also breached. Do I have your attention yet? Data breaches of this magnitude raise the risk of identity […]

“Manage Your Spending on the Go”

A friend of mine always says, “There’s an app for just about everything.” And when I went looking for an app to help my husband and me with budgeting, I found plenty! Planning and tracking your spending can be done efficiently, quickly and on-the-go. An app that’s convenient makes it more likely that I’ll use […]

Your Money Management Habits Do Make a Difference

We’ve all experienced how difficult it can be to stay motivated, especially when it comes to self-discipline around money management strategies! As the first high school track athlete to break the four-minute mile, Jim Ryun said, “Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” So, while motivation is hard to hold […]

Want to learn how to manage your finances, get job training certification or pursue higher education? Take advantage of online education.

Online education is rapidly becoming the first choice for anyone seeking to improve their knowledge on a specific subject or obtain certification for a specific job. For some, it is simply a more convenient way to learn without having to attend traditional classroom education. There are many advantages to online education; it can be a […]

It is that time of year again – Income Tax Time

Many people look forward to getting a huge chunk of money in February or March. But by June some people have no idea where all that money went. What will you be doing with your income tax refund this year? Do you have a plan? It is recommended to have a written plan prior to getting […]

You and Your Money – Success or Stress?

 In our latest blog, we share helpful tools and tips and even discuss what might be “missing” in your money management plans. I’m excited to share a money tip that could be the “missing” piece to creating a successful budget! You know how important it is to use budgeting tools: expense tracking, getting your credit […]