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  • How To Improve Your Credit Score

    Published Friday, April 26, 2013

    If you're thinking about purchasing a house or car, your credit score is a very important number. This three-digit number (that ranges from 300–850) determines your "credit-worthiness." It's generated from information on your credit report and will determine the interest rate you get on the money that you borrow. It's always a good idea to improve your more»
  • 5 Tips To Sell Your Home Faster

    Published Monday, April 15, 2013

    1. Do another walk through If you’ve had a lot of foot traffic with no offers, it may be time to reassess your home’s appearance. Have a friend or neighbor walk through with you to add a fresh perspective, then change anything they see - chipping paint or cluttered closets. 2. Work on the listing Re-word the listing, using more vibrant language in the more»
  • Community Seminar/Protecting Your Financial Wellness & Your Family with an Estate Plan

    Published Monday, April 15, 2013

    Whether you are aging yourself or if you have aging parents, you will want to become familiar with estate planning. Medicaid and VA benefits represent another layer of issues for either yourself or elderly family members. Thoughtful estate planning can help you protect your financial wellness and suppress your anxiety about adequately caring for your more»
  • How To Choose A Credit Union

    Published Monday, March 25, 2013

    A big bank isn’t always the best fit for a family or an individual. Hidden fees, tight-fisted lending and impersonal service are just some of the possible turn-offs. Credit unions, on the other hand, often offer better savings, convenience, lower rates on loans and fees, home loan options, and excellent service. Some have fields of membership, meaning its more»
  • College Money Q&A

    Published Monday, March 25, 2013

    Do I have to have my taxes filed before I complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? No, you do not have to have your taxes completed to complete the FAFSA. You can use your prior year tax information as an estimate and then when you do file your 2012 taxes, you can return to your FAFSA and enter the correct information using the more»
  • Community Seminar/Lakeland School Corp

    Published Thursday, February 28, 2013

    With essential living expenses like housing, food, fuel and insurance premiums rising, some of your clients/prospects may be tempted to put off saving for retirement. This seminar is the tool you need to reach clients/prospects not yet enrolled in their workplace retirement plan, especially those in their 20s and 30s.

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