Recently, Experian, FICO, and Finicity announced a new credit score called UltraFICO which draws on checking, savings and money market account history in addition to traditional credit history to determine FICO scores. The new UltraFICO Score, reflecting responsible financial...
On September 21, 2018, a federal law introduced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was passed offering the ability to safeguard your identity by freezing your credit without cost. Once a fee-based service ranging from $3-$10 per freeze in...
The November/December 2018 Eye On Money is now available on our blog. It features stories on:
Year-End Tax Strategies for Minimizing your 2018 Personal Taxes
Tax-Savvy Ways to Give the Gift of Education
Documenting Charitable Gifts
Changes to How Alimony is...
If you are like most Americans, one of your largest monthly expenses is your mortgage payment. For individuals, particularly those near or entering retirement, consideration must be given as to whether to maintain your mortgage or pay it off....
IntroductionWith school back in session, it’s important to understand how your ability to make important family healthcare decisions changes once your child turns 18. After this birthday, children are considered legal adults. With federal laws like the Health Insurance...
Your phone is ringing for what seems like the hundredth time this week – it’s a number that looks nearly identical to yours except for a few digits. Do you answer?
What is a Robocall?
Scammers are continually looking for ways...