4 financial conversations to have with your partner before parenthood

Having a baby with your significant other is exciting and deserves to be in agreement on certain topics. Consider these 4 key financial conversations before having a baby.

3 hacks I use to save money on travel

Setting aside money in your personal budget is great, but sometimes it takes a little more strategy. Here are three smart ways to help make traveling more affordable.

4 factors that impact the interest rate on your mortgage

It's common for new homeowners to have questions like—what interest rate will I be given? Read here to learn the 4 factors that can impact your rate.

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Are Federal Student Loans Always Better Than Private Loans?

Federal loans may come with terms and protections that are better for borrowers, but there are some cases when it makes sense to take out private loans. Read more here.

Can’t afford to go to a wedding? Here’s what to do

It's not only expensive to throw a wedding, but it can also get pricey just attending one. Learn how to see if your financially able to attend a wedding here.

New homebuyers' top 3 regrets—and how you can avoid them

Being a new homeowner comes with a lot of stress. Here are the most common ones buyers cited in conjunction with their most recent home purchases

Put a ring on it: How marriage leads to higher savings

There’s long been a link between marriage and higher savings. Learn why married couples tend to do better financially than singles and divorcees here.

How to protect your credit when buying a new car

Unless you can pay for a new car in cash, you’ll need to get financing to make the purchase. Learn how to help protect your credit when buying a car here.
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