Dec 292018

Reflecting Back On Your 2018 Financial Goals

Posted on December 29, 2018 Uncategorized

  Ask anyone – when you think about New Year’s resolutions, improving your finances and money management is always on the top of the list. Perhaps you had a particularly successful 2018, or maybe this year knocked you down a few pegs when it came to your bank balance. Regardless of your current status, there are boundless ways you can incorporate financial improvement into your resolutions for 2019.   However, there’s no quick fix or simple solution that will magically make your financial resolutions come to fruition. These resolutions are goals – both big and little – as you develop

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Dec 192018

4 Tips For First Time Car Buyers

Posted on December 19, 2018 Uncategorized

    That feeling you get when you buy your first car? That feeling is freedom; the freedom to get where you’re going and take to the open road. Considering how many cities in this country lack mass transit, owning a car can be a lifesaver for anyone who needs to get to work, to get to their doctor or pharmacy, or to visit family and friends. That’s what you get when you buy your first car – a newfound sense of freedom.   However, if you’re looking to take out an auto loan through one of our loan officers,

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Dec 122018

3 Tips For A Happy Retirement

Posted on December 12, 2018 Uncategorized

  Ah, retirement. That wonderful time in your golden years where you can revel in your career successes, enjoy being an empty-nester, and travel as you please. Saving for retirement is something every working person knows about – and they know the sooner you start saving, the better. However, adjusting from the working life to the retirement life can be a bit of a challenge for some, as transitioning from a set work schedule to a more laid-back life can be complicated. As well, married couples of retirement age need to communicate as to what retirement means to them, both

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Dec 042018

3 Tips on Paying Down Credit Card Debt Faster

Posted on December 04, 2018 Blog, Blog, Blog, Blog, Group A, Group A, Group A, Group A

  For anyone who’s ever had a credit card, especially more than one credit card, we all know that making monthly payments can feel like a futile operation. However, it certainly isn’t, as making (at the very least) minimum on-time monthly payments is incredibly important when it comes to maintaining or improving your credit score, even if it just feels like you’re chipping away at it. Owning a credit card can be highly beneficial, as you’re able to borrow and make payments each month on what you borrow; if you to make an emergency purchase, for instance, and don’t have

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