Credit scores play a major role in most of our lives. Your score can determine how high or low your interest rate is on a car loan, mortgage, or credit card—or if you’re even approved at all.
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Searching for new surroundings in retirement? Many parts of the country are available to you, from Alabama to Florida, and Arizona to Idaho. Factored into the following list of 10 top retirement choices are housing and other costs of living, taxes, crime rates, weather, doctor availability and opportunities for an active lifestyle. Enjoy a slice of Nirvana in your later years.
As it turns out, about two years ago, we Millennials overtook Baby Boomers as the largest living generation. But, unlike Boomers, statistics show that peeps our age don’t have a good grasp of the facts when it comes to medical care. Read on my fellow Tower-ites.
Hey, Tower-ites. Financial Ed here. You may know my aunt, Financial Franny, from wayback TowerLine posts. I’m here to kickoff this new TowerLine feature called Millennial Corner. Here’s where you’ll be able to keep dibs on current financial trends from the viewpoint of our younger generation. I’ll be appearing time-to-time, so let’s start this thing with my take on a wild animal spotted in Manhattan.
We all love a good deal and finding new ways to save money. But tread carefully because often what looks like a sure, inexpensive thing is anything but. Examples range from tinkering with your car to taking care of your…
Checks hold an odd place in our personal finances. In many ways, checks seem like relics from a previous era. We maybe write one or two checks a month (usually for rent or similar bill-paying situations where electronic payment simply…