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Keeping Up with the New FICO Score

A quick look at the new FICO score along with the other credit scores such as Vantage, that are available to consumers.

Declutter Your Finances This Spring

At the start of the new year, many people take a fresh look at their finances and pledge to make adjustments in spending and saving. Here are a few tips to help people stay on that path, and refresh and renew their goals, just in time for spring!

Get Away Without Going Away

Sometimes a vacation away from home just is not within the realm of your work schedule or your budget. This article provides ideas on how to have a great time while saving money at home.

How to Keep Your Car on the Road Longer and Protect Your Investment

As the seasons change, so do the needs of your vehicle. Regular maintenance is important to keep your financial investment in good condition inside and out. Here are a few tips that will help keep a vehicle on the road.

An Extra $25 a Month Can Save You $2,000 and 18 years on Credit Card Debt

Sometimes people assume you need to make huge extra payments in order to pay off debt quicker. The reality is that making small increases in payments, can go a long way in knocking out debt sooner!

Holiday Fun that Will Save You Money

For those committed to living on a budget, you don’t have to sacrifice the joy of the holiday season just because you’re spending less money. If you are having guests at your home over the holidays, you can make the day a memorable one, in a good way, on a reasonable budget.

Credit Score Comparison: Two Models

A peek into the difference between a Vantage credit score and a FICO credit score.

Becky House is NFCC Financial Educator of the Year

Becky House has been named the 2019 NFCC Financial Educator of the Year. House joined NFCC member American Financial Solutions (AFS) in 2001 as a credit counselor and has advanced to leading financial education programs locally and nationally for AFS and its partners.

Retirement Planning in Your 20's

Waiting too long to start planning your retirement can be a huge mistake. Here are some tips and facts to help you prepare.

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