Do You Believe These Myths About Bankruptcy?
During financially uncertain times, it’s understandable that consumers become curious about declaring bankruptcy. For certain consumers with high levels of unsecured debt, bankruptcy can ease the constant worry of how they’re going to pay bills and can be the beginning of gradually rebuilding a solid financial foundation. But one of the persistent myths about bankruptcy […]Read More
Money-Saving Tips for Renters
Whether you’re renting your first apartment, renting while saving up for a home or simply prefer the convenience and freedom of renting where you live, you’re in good company. According to the National Multifamily Housing Council, more than 100.8 million American households rent their primary residence. If you’re among that group, check out these money-saving […]Read More
What You Need to Know About Bank Accounts for Teens
Back-to-school season is definitely different in 2020. But it’s still a good time to celebrate your child’s growth and achievements as they transition into a new academic year. For many, that can mean opening their teen’s first bank account. In addition to being a great teaching tool for positive money habits, it adds convenience for […]Read More