Should You Use Online Banking to Track Accounts and Pay Bills?
Use common sense, practice caution, and follow the helpful tips in this video to keep you safe and secure from hackers and viruses.
Mobile Payments: Ins & Outs
In this video we’ll give you a few tips and trick on how to pay with your phone wisely and safely.
Young and Unemployed
It can be tough to find a job right out of college or high school. It can take months, or even longer. Follow the tips in this video to help boost y…
Too Good to Be True
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. In most cases there is a catch and that can do more harm than good.
Innovative Ways of Cutting Debt
Do you owe money on student loans, credit cards or a mortgage? This video can show you ways to free up money to help cut down on your debt.
Do You Know What Makes Up Your Credit Score?
Your credit score has a major impact on many facets of your life. For instance, it shows how "trustworthy" you are to borrowers. Watch this video t…
Do You Need Renters Insurance?
Why do you need renters insurance? Or health insurance? Well, let’s see what happens if you don’t have it…
How to Be an Independent Woman
Your independence will be directly tied to money. And here's a fact: We all waste more money that we know! We waste it because we're not thinking, …
Should You Use Check Cashing-Services?
Do you know anybody who uses check cashing services or someone that buys money orders to pay bills?
Don't Like Being Tracked Online?
If you think online tracking invades your privacy, welcome to the club. A lot of people are uneasy about the massive amount of data companies are co…
Living Paycheck to Paycheck
Are you or your family living right up to your income? Or perhaps you are going a bit beyond your income to make ends meet—running up credit card …
The D Word
You can easily get in trouble when you first get a credit card. But there is a way out - listen to Tessa.
The Cost of College
Getting an excellent college education doesn't have to break you financially. Think outside the box, and think close to home, and you'll be the one …
Five Years Old and in Debt!
Can a 5 year-old be $30k into debt? Have a mortgage, a car payment, and 4 credit cards? Yes. And this could happen to a kid you know.
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