• Hurricane preparedness: are you financially ready?

    Hurricane season is from June 1 through November 30. Stocking up on food and water is a given, but are you financially prepared? Many things in life are beyond our control; planning is not one of them. Get prepared now, and you'll have peace of mind whether a storm hits or (fingers crossed) not.

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    Hurricane preparedness: are you financially ready?
  • 3 Ways to prepare for

    3 Ways to prepare for "what-ifs"

    Benjamin Franklin got it right when he said: “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”

    This especially rings true when it comes to finances. A natural disaster, sudden sickness, even a positive occurrence such as a child getting accepted to college – all these life events can quickly deplete a person’s bank account.

    And though many crises are improbable for many people, they are not impossible.

    While many parts of the future are unknown, it is always best to be proactive for when the unexpected happens.

    Here are three steps you can take now to prepare for what may or may not be coming down the road.

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  • Child tax credit not what you expected? Here's why

    Understanding how the credit is calculated could help you plan the best use of the funds or decide whether opting out of future payments is a better choice.

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    Child tax credit not what you expected? Here's why
  • Savings accounts you need right now

    Savings accounts you need right now

    Three types of savings accounts that we recommend.

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