When I was accepted to Texas A&M College Station’s Blinn TEAM program, I was, to say the least, a little disheartened
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With International Credit Union Day right around the corner, we’d like to clear up the four biggest myths about credit unions.
Think back to your most recent savings goal. How long did you have to save in order to reach it? Was it a concert ticket or some new shoes that took a few weeks of budgeting? Was it a big-ticket…
As an Amazon Prime Member, Free Two-Day shipping on almost any item is one of the best publicized and convenient perks available, but the $99 annual membership gets you a lot more than expedited shipping.
We live in a “super-sized” world where everything is bigger and we’re led to believe if it’s bigger, then it must be better.
Back-to-School can be an expensive time of year for many families: school supplies, fresh school clothes, new shoes, clean haircuts, and gear for sports and extracurricular activities. Are you feeling back-to-school broke after buying all of that?
It’s Saturday morning; the coffee is brewing, the birds are chirping, and the yard sales are ready to be scavenged through.
As little girls we envisioned elaborate ballrooms piled high in wild tulips and flaunting our best selves in diamond-laced wedding gowns, but
Whether you are a college student looking towards the future or an established employee planning your retirement we can all use help making our money stretch. Here are a few life hacks that I use that will save you money.
The vast majority of Americans have debt. Whether it’s credit card debt, student loans, or all of the above – the truth is, we’d all rather be out of it. Here’s a fool proof guide to getting out of debt.
Ready to make a big purchase and need to know your score? Or perhaps you’ve never actually pulled your own credit and you’re just curious.