Millennial Money Matters: 10 Ways To Get Ahead With Your Finances

Posted on: 6 April 2017

While the Millennial crowd is well known for supporting a wide range of good causes and fiercely keeping up a "save the world" stance, a staggering 63 percent of them aren't saving for their own long-term financial well-being. The following 10 healthy financial practices can help members of this prominent and politically active generation start saving more for themselves, as they continue to promote the causes closest to their hearts. [Read More]

2 Reasons A Payday Advance Loan Is A Better Option Than A Credit Card Cash Advance

Posted on: 23 March 2017

There may be times in your life when it seems like everything is going wrong, and everything that happens might be affecting your wallet. During these times, you may need some extra cash to use to pay for the unexpected surprises that popped into your life. If you are in this position and are considering taking a cash advance from your credit card, you may want to reconsider and look into a paycheck advance instead. [Read More]

Two Surprising Ways Divorce Can Hurt Your Credit Score

Posted on: 8 June 2016

Divorce can do a number on your credit score but not because of the legal proceedings. The trouble often comes from the problems that occur when two people separate their financial lives. Losing a source of income can make it hard to keep up with the bills. Sometimes one spouse will default on a credit card to spite his or her ex, which hurts both their credit ratings. But even if you don't have these specific issues, there are two surprising ways getting a divorce can hurt your credit. [Read More]