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Written by Tammy G. Bruzon | January 16, 2017
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Written by Madalyn Pemberton | September 23, 2017
College is expensive. Thankfully, there are many ways to fund a college education, including various types of “free” money in the form of grants or scholarships. This is money you are not expected to pay back. Submitting a FAFSA is the primary tool to explore such types of funding.Read more...
Written by Lani Poblete | September 21, 2017
According to a recent survey from Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and VantageScore Solutions, LLC, more than 40 percent of respondents incorrectly thought a person's age is among factors used to calculate a credit score. And only 18 percent understood that a low credit score on a typical auto loan would increase loan charges by more than $5,000.Read more...
Written by Guest Blogger | August 9, 2017
By Chris Rodriguez, Director of Public Policy, National Disability Institute.
According to the Oxford Dictionary, transformation is a “marked change in form, nature or appearance.”
There are many reasons that the impact of the Stephen Beck Jr., Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act and, by extension, ABLE accounts, will be transformative to millions of individuals with disabilities and their families.For children, youth, and working-age adults with disabilities, there are multiple reasons to recognize the power and potential of ABLE.Read more...
Written by Martin A. Smith, CRPC®, AIFA®, President of Wealthcare Financial Group, Inc. | August 1, 2017
Do you want to build excellent credit? If you are shopping for a mortgage or car loan or a credit card, simply paying your debts on time is not the only requirement to building excellent credit. Here are some other considerations:Read more...