Personal Finance Blog

What-Is-a-Flex-Loan-and-Should-You-Consider-One-Header-01What Is a Flex Loan and Should You Consider One?
February 22, 2022
A flex loan is an unsecured line of credit that gives you easy access to cash. You get a preset amount of money you can borrow, which is like a credit limit. Read more.
9 Budgeting Challenges To Try This Year Header - 019 Budgeting Challenges to Try This Year
February 17, 2022
These budgeting challenges are sure to help you understand where you’re spending your money and how to budget better. Read more.
Adding Authorized User Imagery 5 Things to Consider When Adding a New Authorized User
February 15, 2022
Thinking of adding an authorized user to your credit account? To help you decide if it's the right thing to do, here are a few things to consider. Read more.
Should I increase my credit limit header 1When You Should (and Shouldn't) Increase Your Credit Limit
February 14, 2022
On your path to great financial health, you may encounter this question: should I increase my credit limit? Here’s why you should and when you shouldn’t. Read more.
Giovanna Gonzalez headshot4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Leaving Your Job
February 11, 2022
Before making a big career change, it’s important to take a pause and get your financial ducks in a row. Read more.
The Difference Between Debit and Credit Cards Header - 01The Difference Between Debit and Credit Cards
February 9, 2022
The main difference between debit and credit cards lies in the old saying, “You can pay me now, or you can pay me later.” You pay now with a debit card. Read more.
BusinesswomanCities With the Largest Increase in New Business Applications Since COVID
February 7, 2022
Between 2019 and 2020, there was a nearly 25% increase in new business applications, and that increase has held relatively steady through 2021. Read more.
Credit card refinancing vs debt consolidation headerCredit Card Refinancing vs. Debt Consolidation: What’s the Difference?
February 7, 2022
Debt consolidation and credit card refinancing are the two most common choices for dealing with several lines of debt. Here are the differences between them. Read more.