How to Master Your Home Finances

It’s easy to treat family money like a utility: Bring in as much as you can, take out what you need, and just hope you don’t run out. But you wouldn’t run a business that way. Why would you do … Continued

Cyber Safety Simplified for Small Businesses

63 percent of small business owners admit they have been victims of at least one type of cyber attack. With all of the various types of cyber crimes that exist today, ensuring your company takes the proper security precautions is … Continued

Is Your Small Business Cyber-Safe? Here’s Your Checklist

Do you assume that getting hacked is only a big-company problem? A new survey by Nationwide reveals that almost eight in 10 small business owners (79 percent) do not have a cyber attack response plan, even though a majority of them (63 percent) have … Continued

Everything You Need to Know About Plenti Rewards

The Plenti rewards program has sparked excitement, but you may still have some questions about what the program has to offer. Read on to learn how Plenti works and how it can benefit you. Answering the Who, What, When & … Continued

Financial Checklist for Each Chapter of Life

Each chapter of life brings a new assortment of financial decisions you will have to make. We compiled useful information from Forbes, USA Today and Daily Worth to create this checklist of financial issues you may face – and how … Continued

20 Irritating Fees You Can Avoid

Unexpected fees always have a way of sneaking up and surprising you. Just when you think you’re in the clear, there they are – leeching onto the bill for your cell phone or cable – or whatever. But before tossing … Continued

Infographic: Understanding Your Credit Score

Your credit score: a 3 digit number that affects so many facets of your life. With so much emphasis placed on this number, it’s important to have a grasp on what it all means. From how credit scores differ to … Continued

8 Tips for Dining on a Dime

Who doesn’t like dining out? It’s social, you can try new things and, best of all, you don’t have to cook. The downside? The bill. In 2013, the average American household spent $2,625 eating at restaurants. While dining out can … Continued

The Latte Effect: How Much Could you Be Saving?

Do you regularly spend a few dollars on everyday things that you could probably live without? We’re all guilty of it but we tend to ignore the bigger picture. Think about it: if you saved the money you spent on … Continued