How to Take Control of Your Finances

How to Take Control of Your Finances

Today we have a guest post from Angela. Angela Colon is a freelance blogger and copywriter with a passion for person finance.  Some people have a knack for personal finance. They can save most of their money, spend, but never get in debt. But most don’t fall in that camp. Christmas presents, restaurant visits, and before… continue reading »


Read This Before You Take Out a Payday Loan

Read This Before You Take Out a Payday Loan

Payday lenders have faced increasing scrutiny in recent years, as government regulators deal with numerous complaints. With storefronts on almost every block in many cities, these businesses promise to advance cash to consumers in exchange for repayment on their next payday. Unfortunately, as many have learned the hard way, these loans generally come with interest rates of 400 percent… continue reading »


Could Fintech Boost Your Business

Could Fintech Boost Your Business?

Over the last several years, very few new developments in the field of business have generated quite so much discussion, and quite so much confusion, as FinTech. Here, we’ll offer a brief, simple explanation of Fintech, and explore how your business could benefit from implementing it. Defining FinTech The world of FinTech is still undergoing a stage… continue reading »


Why You Need to Check Your Credit Report Today

When was the last time you requested a copy of your credit report? If you are like most Americans, it has been six months or longer since your last reviewed the personal information that affects your ability to qualify for a good mortgage rate or open up a new credit card. Half of Americans haven’t checked their… continue reading »


Learn How to Save on Your Taxes

Learn How to Save on Your Taxes Before It’s Too Late

While filing a tax return is a once-a- year event for most people, saving on your taxes is an everyday process. According to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), “tax season” officially began on January 29, 2018, and will continue through April 17, 2018. During this time, the IRS will accept millions of tax returns. When it comes to… continue reading »