Jul 282020

Budgeting for Your Ideal Home

Posted on July 28, 2020 Uncategorized

    For first-time home buyers to seasoned homeowners alike, buying a house can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. Not only do you have to factor in your budget as you search for your ideal home, but you also have to consider location, square footage, local school districts, crime rates in various neighborhoods, and so forth. The right realtor will help you navigate the home buying waters and take care of the “dirty work” (so to speak) of closing on your new home, but you also have your own role to play – making sure you can properly

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Jul 152020

Saving Money After Graduation – Tips for College Students

Posted on July 15, 2020 Uncategorized

  After you graduate college, you’ll find yourself living in uncertain times. Everything about the way you lived, worked, and most importantly, spent money for the last four or five years is about to change for you. No longer will you be attending daily classes, taking exams, or taking part in extracurricular activities – you’re a college graduate now, moving into the traditional adult world, and it’s time to change the way you look at your finances.   Regardless of whether you find a job after college, an internship, or you take time looking for the right gig, it’s important

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Jul 102020

Saving Money on Your Furry Friend

Posted on July 10, 2020 Blog, Blog, Blog, Group A, Group A, Group A

  In both times of peace and times of uncertainty, having a pet by your side can be an incredible comfort and gift. With so many dogs, cats, bunnies, and other furry friends eagerly waiting to be adopted, it’s almost impossible to not find a critter that you can bond with and bring home. And with shelter overpopulation occurring all over the country, it’s an act of altruism to adopt and give a forever home to an animal.   However, adopting a pet comes with a price, and not just the price you’ll pay at the shelter or rescue. Pets

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