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 […]

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 […]

Ten Budget Friendly Ways to Spend a Summer Day

It’s officially summer! Are you ready for some fun? There’s so many ways to enjoy the season and the best part of all, you don’t have to “break the bank” to do it. My favorite way to spend a summer day is at the beach building sand castles, jumping the waves, and hunting for sea […]

Communicating with Collectors: What You Should Know

It happens to many people; a cell phone or cable bill goes unpaid long after changing carriers, an old medical bill that you thought was paid by your insurance but was actually denied and you didn’t realize it, a credit card balance from long ago that you couldn’t afford to pay and now the account […]