How Reverse Mortgage Lenders Work
November 30, 2018. Joanna Cutrara
Here are the eligibility rules you may not know, plus how to find reverse mortgage lenders and counselors.
The Beginner’s Guide to Budgeting
November 04, 2018. Robert Yaniz Jr
A practical guide to figuring out your income and expenses, how to prioritize your spending and the tools to do it all.
7 Simple Ways to Protect Against Child Identity Theft and Fraud
October 22, 2018. Joanna Cutrara
Child identity theft is on the rise and often doesn’t get caught until it’s too late. Learn how you can protect your child from scammers.
Preparing Your Children for Their First Credit Card
October 20, 2018. Tara Schatz
A credit card can teach kids about spending, saving, budgeting and more. But it is also a big responsibility.
Affordable Ways to Earn a College Degree
October 19, 2018. Rebecca Galib
Let’s be honest. College is just plain expensive. A bachelor’s degree can cost anywhere from $37,000 to over $130,000, according to the College Board. In 2017, members of Generation X had outstanding student loans averaging $40,000, according to Experian’s State of Student Debt report. Compare that to baby boomers, who owed an average of $36,200,…
How to Use a Credit Card Wisely
September 02, 2018. Tara Schatz
You can save money and build a positive credit score by practicing a few healthy habits.
How to Build Savings While Paying Off Loans
September 01, 2018. Robert Yaniz Jr
It may seem impossible, but you can still build savings while paying off your debts. Learn how to strike the perfect balance with these tips.
Tips for Understanding Your Credit Report
August 11, 2018. AAA Staff
You’re entitled to a free copy of your credit report once a year, but what should you expect to see when you check it?
Is Grad School Worth It? How to Determine If It’s the Right Option for You
August 05, 2018. Cassandra Raposo
Getting a graduate degree may seem like a no-brainer to some, but it’s a weighted decision to make.
Tips For Tying The Financial Knot
June 15, 2018. AAA Staff
Couples getting married have a lot to discuss before their weddings: Venues. Entertainment. Floral arrangements. What may not come up as often, but what definitely should, are finances, according to Jill Schlesinger, senior CFP board ambassador for the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards. “Marriage is two different things. It’s a spiritual union, and it’s…