Jesse Collins
1 year ago

‘Tis the season for giving, and your inbox and mailbox are likely chockful of holiday spirit and donation requests from nonprofits. Charities depend heavily on year-­end contributions, with over 30% of total yearly giving taking place in December alone. Whether your donations benefit local charities working with at­-risk youth or global funds fighting infectious disease,
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Jesse Collins
2 years ago

The ball in Times Square has dropped and the New Year has begun.  Not only is it time to get back to work after the holidays, it’s also time to make good on your New Year’s resolutions. Need convincing?  Studies show that people who make resolutions are ten times more likely to achieve their goals
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Jesse Collins
3 years ago

With Thanksgiving just a week away, the holiday season is about to go into full swing. Along with the festivities can come a demand on your wallet; in fact, according to a recent survey by the National Retail Foundation, the average person will spend $804 this holiday season – a 5% increase from 2013.  With
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Jesse Collins
3 years ago

If you’re planning on buying a house, refinancing your current mortgage or just hoping to strengthen your financial future, then it’s time to maximize your credit score. Having the best possible credit score will help lenders determine your creditworthiness, and ideally offer you a lower interest rate on your home loan. Start your New Year
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