A brand-new year provides the perfect opportunity to make meaningful life changes, including improved financial wellness. These five financial resolutions can help get your year off to a promising start so that you are financially fit for the new year.
Do you want to avoid long lines and large crowds this holiday season? Shopping online lets you zip through your list with just a few clicks. Before whipping out your plastic, however, you’ll want to make sure you’re shopping on a secure site. Below are a few tips on how to stay safe when shopping … Continue reading 4 Safety Tips for Online Holiday Shopping
This weekend, as I was standing in my kitchen, fulfilling an overwhelming craving to make cookies, I quickly opened my phone and noticed I had received a new debit card alert email... and I hadn't used my debit card all day.
Teaching your kids about money doesn’t have to be A-B-C-4-0-1-K. In this month’s Get Real, Vlog Tracy and Laura help us break it down for our kids.
Here’s the thing you never think of when you become a parent… Literally everything your child has to know to become a valuable part of society, is taught by you, the parent. Tying shoes, how to make toast, how to read, how to use the bathroom, how to feel something without blurting it out at … Continue reading Making A Money Smart Kid
The health of your body is important, but so is your financial well-being. Check out Laura and Tracy's tips on becoming financially fit in 2018.
Tis' the season for shopping! Laura and Tracy with 1st Financial Federal Credit Union share their holiday shopping tips including ways to save more money throughout the year
Ya’ll. Holiday shopping is both my favorite thing and maybe the most stressful part of my entire year. I don’t care how prepped you are, it takes an emotional toll. The financial hit. Finding the perfect gift for the people you love. And please, let’s not discuss wrapping all that nonsense. And I know your … Continue reading 5 Ways To Make Your Holiday Shopping Less Traumatic
It's time to turn that lemon of an auto loan into some EXTRA sweet lemonade. Check out what Laura and Tracy have to say about turning lemons into lemonade.
I’ve never been the type of person to have a hobby. I haven’t particularly LOVED one thing enough to call it a hobby. I like cooking, but I certainly don’t love it. I like art, but it’s less a hobby, and more like I doodle a lot in meetings. That all being said, ever since … Continue reading #HomeImprovementAddict